SB 664: Adult Use Marijuana Legalization
GENERAL BILL by Farmer
Adult Use Marijuana Legalization; Renaming the Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco of the Department of Business and Professional Regulation to the Division of Alcoholic Beverages, Marijuana, and Tobacco; authorizing persons 21 years of age and over to engage in certain activities involving the personal use, possession, transport, and cultivation of marijuana in limited amounts; providing limits on where persons may engage in specified activities; preempting the regulation of possession of marijuana to the state; providing for licensing of marijuana establishments; specifying duties of the Attorney General concerning certain federal subpoenas; specifying that the chapter does not allow persons under 21 years of age to engage in activities permitted therein; providing that it is unlawful for marijuana establishments to employ persons under 18 years of age, etc.
Last Action: 1/28/2021 Senate - Referred to Regulated Industries; Health Policy; Appropriations
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
• Referred to Regulated Industries; Health Policy; Appropriations
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