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Hawaii: Senate Approves Cannabis Regulation Bill And Separate Decriminalization Proposal

The Hawaii Senate just approved a bill to legalize marijuana and aseparate legislation to expand the state’s current cannabis decriminalization law.

Under the legalization proposal—which advanced at a joint meeting of the Senate Judiciary and Ways and Means committees last week—adults would be allowed to possess up to one ounce of cannabis and cultivate the plant for personal use. It cleared the full chamber in a 20-5 vote.

Both passed with veto-proof majorities—important since Gov. David Ige has stated concerns

Source: Marijuana Moment

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