Del. Marijuana Bill Fails To Clear Hurdle In House


For the first time in nearly four years, a bill that would regulate and legalize recreational use of cannabis (marijuana) by adults in Delaware received a vote in the House of Representatives Thursday. And, like in 2018, it did not get enough votes to pass. House Bill 305 would have required a two-thirds super majority,…

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Del. Recreational Marijuana Bill Clears House Committee


A state House committee has cleared legislation that would allow adults in Delaware to legally use marijuana for recreational purposes, while setting up a legal framework to regulate cultivation, sale and possession of marijuana. “Today, we heard from numerous members of the public – advocates, veterans, retired law enforcement officers, educators and even faith leaders…

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Marijuana Legislation Pulled From Thursday House Agenda


A bill that would permit adult recreational use of marijuana in Delaware and regulate production and sale of marijuana has been pulled from Thursday’s House agenda. The lead sponsor, Representative Ed Osienski, D-Newark, said just hours before the session that he and other lawmakers have filed several amendments in recent days that would make significant…

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Delaware Lawmakers Look to Legalize Recreational Marijuana

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Lawmakers in the Delaware General Assembly have introduced legislation that would legalize the use of recreational marijuana in the first state for individuals 21 years or older. House Bill 110 would regulate and tax marijuana in the same manner as alcohol, allowing adults to legally possess and consume under 1 ounce of marijuana for personal…

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