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Delaware Legislature kicks off its 2020 session today

Ask your lawmakers to support HB 110!

The General Assembly begins its 2020 legislative session today. Last year, HB 110, a bill to legalize, tax, and regulate cannabis for adult use was introduced and passed the House Revenue and Finance Committee (7-1). The bill is now pending action this session in the House Appropriations Committee.

Please email your lawmakers today and ask them to support HB 110!

Delawareans deserve a just, equitable cannabis policy. Replacing cannabis prohibition with sensible regulation would reduce the number of cannabis-related arrests, free up law enforcement resources to focus on more serious crimes, and generate a new source of revenue for the state.

Check out our full summary of HB 110 here.

You can take further action by attending the Delaware Cannabis Advocacy Network’s Citizens’ Cannabis Lobby Day! Help spread the word by sharing the event on Facebook.

When: Thursday, January 16, 10:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Where: Legislative Hall, 411 Legislative Avenue, Dover, DE

Ask your state legislators to stand with 61% of Delawareans and support HB 110. After your contact your lawmakers, please help us spread the word by forwarding this message to your networks in Delaware.

Together, we can end prohibition in the First State!

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Delaware committee approves legalization bill — on to the House floor!

Contact your state rep and tell them to vote YES on HB 110!

Today, Delaware's House Committee on Revenue and Finance voted 8-3 in favor of HB 110, a bill to legalize, tax, and regulate cannabis for adults 21 and older. It now heads to the full House where it needs a three-fifths supermajority (25 votes) to advance to the Senate.

Last year, the legalization bill fell short of the needed supermajority in the House. So, it is very important your state representatives hear from you.

You can ready our full summary of the bill here.

Replacing cannabis prohibition with sensible regulation would reduce the number of cannabis-related arrests, free up law enforcement resources to focus on more serious crimes, and generate a new revenue source for the state.

Ask your state rep to stand with 61 percent of Delawareans and vote YES on HB 110. After you contact your representative, forward this message to your networks in Delaware — or share the action link on social media — and encourage them to do the same.

Together, we can end prohibition in the First State!

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