In another positive step for the country’s cannabis industry, a Virginia cannabis decriminalization bill has been filed for the 2020 legislative session. On Nov. 5, 2019, Virginia Democrats took control of both houses in the General Assembly, a feat that hadn’t been replicated for nearly a quarter-century. The marijuana decriminalization bill may now have a chance of being passed by the Democratic-led House and Senate chambers. Decriminalization Bill Sen. Adam Ebbin (D) pre-filed the historic marijuana decriminalization bill on Nov. 18, 2019 in an attempt to change the state’s current penalties on marijuana possession. Under state law, “any person who […]
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