Adult Use Cannabis Bill
Senate Bill 350 of 2019: Adult Use Cannabis in PA
Establish a rational and fair protocol for the legal use, cultivation, and sale of cannabis.
Enable those who have been harmed by prohibition to get out of prison and expunge their criminal records.
Provide opportunities for people of all income levels to enter the cannabis industry.
Personal Cannabis Use and Homegrowers
Anyone who is at least 21 years old may consume cannabis.
A person with a homegrower permit may simultaneously grow up to 10 cannabis plants indoors in the person’s home. A homegrower permit costs $50 and $50 to renew annually.
Cannabis Industry Regulation
Colleges and universities may grow and process cannabis for the purpose of offering classes related to the cannabis industry.
Senate Democrats Urge Leadership on Adult Use
Pennsylvania State Senators Daylin Leach (D-Montgomery/Delaware) and Sharif Street (D-Philadelphia) introduced legislation this week that would legalize adult marijuana use across the state. The bill, Senate Bill 350, comes 20 days after Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf...
Pennsylvania Senators Daylin Leach and Sharif Street introduced SB 350, the Adult Use Cannabis bill on Tuesday of this week. The bill would allow adults 21 and older to possess, cultivate and purchase cannabis from licensed retailers. It would also automatically...
Admittedly this subject is near and dear to me. As a girl born and raised in PA I had to hide my cannabis use for all my life (AKA when I started smoking at age 14) until I moved out to Colorado. Every time I go home to visit friends and family they beg me to help...
Pennsylvania Senators Move to Legalize Recreational Marijuana with New Bill, Would Become 11th State to do so
Two Pennsylvania state senators introduced Senate Bill 350 in Harrisburg on Tuesday which would allow adults 21 and older to possess, cultivate and purchase cannabis from licensed retailers. If the bill passes, Pennsylvania would become the 11th state to legalize...
Democratic state Sens. Daylin Leach and Sharif Street have introduced legislation to legalize recreational marijuana in Pennsylvania for users over the age of 21. If approved by the Legislature, the marijuana industry would generate about $500 million in the first...
Two Pennsylvania senators introduced a comprehensive marijuana legalization bill on Tuesday—just weeks after Gov. Tom Wolf (D) announced that he’s in favor of the policy. Sens. Daylin Leach (D) and Sharif Street (D) filed the legislation, which would allow adults 21...
HARRISBURG – October 15, 2019 – State Senator Daylin Leach (D-Montgomery/Delaware) and State Senator Sharif Street (D-Philadelphia) today introduced legislation that would end Pennsylvania’s prohibition of cannabis and would legalize cannabis for adult-use in...
Democratic state Sens. Daylin Leach and Sharif Street want Pennsylvania to turn over a new leaf—a marijuana leaf, that is. They’ve introduced a bill (SB 350) that would legalize marijuana use for adults 21 and older. Leach, D-17 of Lower Merion, who is also the...
HARRISBURG — State Senators Daylin Leach (D-Montgomery/Delaware) and Sharif Street (D-Philadelphia) announced Tuesday they have introduced a bill that would end Pennsylvania’s prohibition of cannabis and would legalize it for adult use in the state. “Pennsylvania’s...
Pennsylvania lawmakers discussed the pros and cons of legalizing marijuana during a joint Senate and House Democratic Policy Committee hearing on Monday. Lt. Gov. John Fetterman (D), a reform advocate who is leading a statewide listening tour to get feedback on the...
Pennsylvania is getting ever closer to legal recreational marijuana but policymakers still face tough questions about what this potentially multi-billion-dollar industry would look like. In December, Gov. Tom Wolf signaled he’s open to it after years of ambivalence...
The listening sessions have come and gone. So what comes next? More listening. A 67-county listening tour to gather feedback about adult recreational marijuana already came to Fayette, Greene, Washington and Westmoreland counties, attracting well over 500 attendees...
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