New Bills Introduced Would Allow Personal Marijuana Home Grows

State Sen. Jean Kohle-Welles has introduced a bill to allow home grows for adults 21 and over.

WASHINGTON:  Recreational marijuana stores are springing up all over Washington state now that pot is legal. But it’s still illegal to grow your own marijuana, unless you have a medical marijuana permit, or you’re a commercial grower. State Sen. Jean Kohle-Welles says that needs to change, pointing out growing pot is legal in other states Read the full article…

New Bills Introduced Would Allow Personal Marijuana Home Grows

This bill would protect patients as well as recreational users,” said Kohl-Welles. “It also would create a bright line for law enforcement officers so that they could easily assess how many plants are growing in a residence, check for age and quickly decide if the operation is legal without hassling residents.”

WASHINGTON:  Two bills introduced Thursday would allow people at least 21 years old to grow up to six marijuana plants for personal use. Senate Bill 6083, sponsored by Sen. Jeanne Kohl-Welles, and House Bill 2196, sponsored by Rep. Brian Blake, would allow only one home grow per residence, and anyone who grows marijuana for personal use Read the full article…