The lawmakers at Minnesota are now pursuing public input for the legalization of cannabis for adult use via 15 discussions on the “Be Heard on Cannabis”, which was announced during the latter half of August.
Ryan Winkler, the House Majority Leader Representative hosted the 2nd discussion on 25th September at North Minneapolis. Here, attendees from different parts of Twin Cities came down in order to discuss the significance of legislation for cannabis adult-use which ensures that the local communities obtain complete control over cannabis production.
In his statement, Winkler also mentioned that the lawmakers want to be assured that it isn’t just the namesake corporations that would benefit from this new change. The law representatives also want to make sure that these changes bring benefit for the common people living in Minnesota as well.
Next month, Winkler is going to host the upcoming event at St. Paul. He is also optimistic that the legalization bill shall pass its DFL-Controlled House for the upcoming legislative session. However, the representatives might experience an obstacle from the Senate which is controlled by the Republic representatives.
In the month of March, the Senate committee went on to reject the proposal for legalization of cannabis meant for adult-use.