Del. House Committee Passes Marijuana Regulation Bill

May 11, 2017 , , , , ,


The Delaware House Committee on Revenue and Finance voted 9-2 in favor of HB 110, a bill to tax and regulate cannabis like alcohol. The bill now heads to the full House where it needs a three-fifths majority to advance to the Senate.

HB 110 would allow adults age 21 and over to purchase up to one ounce of cannabis at state-licensed dispensaries. A new Division of Marijuana Control and Enforcement would oversee the program and ensure compliance. You can read MPP’s complete summary of the bill here.

MPP’s Maggie Ellinger-Locke released the following statement in a press release:

“There is strong public support for ending marijuana prohibition in Delaware, and that was reflected in the committee vote,” said Maggie Ellinger-Locke, legislative counsel for the Marijuana Policy Project. “Most Americans now recognize that marijuana is less harmful than alcohol, and they think it is time for it to be treated that way. We hope the full House will follow the committee’s lead and approve HB 110.”

If you are a Delaware resident, please email your representative and tell him or her you want to see Delaware pass HB 110.


One response to “Del. House Committee Passes Marijuana Regulation Bill”

  1. Thank God POLITICIANS are waking up to the voice of the people. I think if President Nixon could of seen how many lives He DISTROYED, How many lives that have been cut short/KILLEDHow many TRILLIONS has been spent, All because of his anti marijuana laws, He wouldet of went forward with it.

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