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Voted for bill stripping penalties for marijuana possession

The Delaware House took a historic step toward legalizing marijuana Thursday by approving a bill that strips all penalties from possessing less than an ounce. The support of House Republicans Mike Ramone, Jeff Spiegelman and Mike Smith surprised and pleased Zoe Patchell of the Delaware Cannabis Advocacy Network. "We just got three Republicans,'' Patchell gushed minutes after witnessing the vote from the House gallery.
Source: WHYY on 2024 Delaware Gubernatorial race , May 5, 2022

Decriminalize under-age marijuana possession

DE SB45, An Act To Amend Title 16 Of The Delaware Code Relating To Marijuana.

Bill Summary: Under current law, the possession, use, or consumption of a personal use quantity of marijuana remains a crime for those under the age of 21 despite being a civil violation for adults. This Act makes the possession, use, or consumption of a personal use quantity of marijuana a civil violation for juveniles.

Commentary by MPP.org [pro-legalization]: On [a related bill, on] June 30, 2019, Gov. Carney signed SB 37 into law. This bill allows for a single cannabis misdemeanor conviction to be expunged after five years and a single cannabis felony conviction to be expunged after seven years.

Legislative Outcome: Passed Senate 13-6-2 on 6/20/2019; Passed House 34-7-0 on 6/30/2019; State Rep. Ramone voted Yes; Signed by Governor John Carney on 07/31/2019.

Source: BillTrack50 on Delaware legislative voting records: DE SB45 , Jun 30, 2019

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