Hawaii lawmakers have introduced several marijuana-related bills this session as momentum grows to establish an adult-use program in the state after Democratic Gov. Josh Green again signaled support for legalization.
The proposals, according to the Hawaii Tribune Herald in Hilo, include:
House Bill 2037, which would create a ballot measure asking voters to legalize retail sales for those 21 and older and amend the state constitution. Senate Bill 2487, which would repeal criminal penalties for possession of marijuana up to 1 ounce. SB 2689, which would mandate that the state process and expunge records of those arrested and convicted for possessing 3 grams or less of marijuana, which has since been decriminalized.
A consorted effort to oppose legalization efforts is
Read full article on Marijuana Business Daily