Senator Street / Senator Leach
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 Bill 350 would make marijuana use legal for adults over 21, expunge arrest records for some drug offenses and earmark tax revenue for education. Pennsylvania could join a growing number of states legalizing recreational marijuana use for adults if a bill...
Earlier this week, Pennsylvania senators unveiled the details of a cannabis legalization bill that, compared to the more restrained bills being considered elsewhere, is striking in both its scope and progressive approach. The bill, SB 350, set to be introduced by...
Two state senators will soon introduce a bill to legalize recreational marijuana in Pennsylvania, marking the second time this year such a bill has surfaced in the Pennsylvania legislature. Sens. Daylin Leach, D-Montgomery, and Sharif Street, D-Philadelphia, revealed...
Pennsylvania is slowly boarding the recreational marijuana train. In recent months, Gov. Tom Wolf has said he’s open to it. Lt. Gov. John Fetterman said he wants to visit every county to talk about it. And soon the state will have a fresh opportunity to legalize it.
HARRISBURG, Pa. — Two state senators are working on legislation that would fully legalize marijuana for adult use. In a statement released on Monday, Senators Daylin Leach and Sharif Street say after more than 60 years of prohibition, marijuana is still widely...
HARRISBURG, Pa. — Two Pennsylvania senators have proposed a bill that would legalize marijuana for recreational purposes in the state. WHTM reports that Sen. Daylin Leach and Sen. Sharif Street on Monday circulated Senate Bill 350 to colleagues for co-sponsorship.
Details of a soon-to-be introduced bill that would legalize marijuana in Pennsylvania were released on Monday. The legislation, which is being sponsored by Sens. Daylin Leach (D) and Sharif Street (D), places an emphasis on not only legalizing cannabis for adult use...
Street and Leach Bill Will Legalize Cannabis for Adult-Use in PA; Proposed Model Emphasizes Minority Ownership and Criminal Justice Reform
HARRISBURG – March 18, 2019 – State Senator Daylin Leach (D-Montgomery/Delaware) and State Senator Sharif Street (D-Philadelphia) today announced legislation that would end Pennsylvania’s prohibition of cannabis and would ultimately legalize cannabis for adult-use in...
Lt. Gov. John Fetterman will be making several midstate stops, including in Lancaster County this evening, on a listening tour to gather input about whether Pennsylvania should become a pot legal state. This is part of the lieutenant governor’s statewide listening...
HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) - A state senator who co-authored legislation that brought medical marijuana to Pennsylvania has unveiled a proposal to legalize marijuana for recreational purposes. Sen. Daylin Leach (D-Montgomery/Delaware) and a co-author, Sen. Sharif Street...
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