Still work to do, say marijuana advocacy groups

Sam Haut Government, Headlines

Marijuana advocacy groups who worked to help legalize marijuana in Delaware say there is still work to do. That includes urging Attorney General Kathy Jennings to drop all pending cannabis offenses, making sure that testing positive for pot won’t get someone’s parole or probation revoked, allowing marijuana to be grown at home and bird-dogging the process and progress of regulations …

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Division of Alcohol starts process to create legal pot industry

Sam Haut Government, Headlines

The legalization of marijuana in Delaware will mean the state’s police agencies stop ticketing people for having it, but they’ll continue to pull people over for appearing to be under the influence. Police already had stopped charging people with criminal possession for small amounts of pot  in 2019, when Attorney General Kathy Jennings said she would no longer prosecute for …

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Carney says state has “spent too much time” on marijuana

Sam Haut Government, Headlines

Gov. John Carney dodged a question about whether he’ll sign the two marijuana bills now sitting on his desk. “I’m not going to make any news tonight,” he told a woman at the New Castle Airport Tuesday night, where he was holding the first of a series of Town Halls. The presentation in front of 60 people who packed the …

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Marijuana bills fly through Senate, head to Carney. Again.

Sam Haut Government, Headlines

Bills that would legalize marijuana and set up a state-monitored legal sale industry passed the Delaware Senate and are headed to the governor. Only one Republican voted for House Bill 1, which would legalize marijuana use in Delaware. It passed 16 to 4. Sen. Eric Buckson, R-Dover, partially attributed his vote to his libertarian values of letting his neighbor relax …