Hawaii Legislative Committee Passes Marijuana Legalization Bill

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Will Hawaii be the next destination for cannabis-focused travelers? Hawaii lawmakers have just unanimously approved a bill to advance legislation that would legalize marijuana use for adults 21 years and older. According to a report on Marijuana Moment, the Hawaii bill would “allow adults 21 and older possess, cultivate and consume marijuana.” Additionally, the government would license facilities to manufacture, test and sell cannabis, and sales would be subject to an excise tax and a 15 percent surcharge. Hawaii’s Department of Health would be responsible for regulating retail sales. – Read the entire article at Travel Plus.

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Will Hawaii be the next destination for cannabis-focused travelers?

Hawaii lawmakers have just unanimously approved a bill to advance legislation that would legalize marijuana use for adults 21 years and older.

According to a report on Marijuana Moment, the Hawaii bill would “allow adults 21 and older possess, cultivate and consume marijuana.”

Additionally, the government would license facilities to manufacture, test and sell cannabis, and sales would be subject to an excise tax and a 15 percent surcharge. Hawaii’s Department of Health would be responsible for regulating retail sales.

– Read the entire article at Travel Plus.

Read the full article @ Cannabis Culture