420 with CNW — Proposed California Law Could Push Back on Marijuana Legalization

February 11, 2022 16:25:00

A California assembly member is proposing a new law that will recriminalize the growing of marijuana. The bill seeks to treat unlicensed cannabis cultivation of more than six plants as a felony. This is pushing back on the state’s Adult Use of Marijuana Act that was passed in 2016. The legislation removed all weed-related felonies and stipulated that offenders could only go to prison if they were caught selling to minors.

The Assembly Bill 1725 by Rep. Thurston Smith (R-Apple Valley) is seeking to undo that act by increasing the penalties for unlicensed marijuana cultivation from a misdemeanor to…

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