Delaware House Rejects Cannabis Legalization Bill Despite Majority Votes

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Even though the cannabis legalization process in Delaware has been bumpy and complex, the trajectory seems to be in the right direction. HB 372, which would set up a specific regulatory framework for the recreational cannabis market, received 23 votes in support and 15 against. By Jelena Martinovic The Delaware House of Representatives spurned a bill to legalize and regulate marijuana sales on Thursday, reported Marijuana Moment. Oslenski’s Efforts Still Matter Osienski’s idea that advancing non-commercial legalization through the legislature first would nudge colleagues to approve the complementary bill that provides for a commercial marijuana market was struck down on Thursday. The bill did not advance, however, because it failed to get a three-fifths supermajority needed to be approved.

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Even though the cannabis legalization process in Delaware has been bumpy and complex, the trajectory seems to be in the right direction.

By Jelena Martinovic

The Delaware House of Representatives spurned a bill to legalize and regulate marijuana sales on Thursday, reported Marijuana Moment.

HB 372, which would set up a specific regulatory framework for the recreational cannabis market, received 23 votes...

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