Kentucky: Marijuana Legalization Bill to be Introduced For 2018


Republican state Senator Dan Seum plans on introducing legislation for the 2018 session that legalizes the adult use of and sale of cannabis.

Lawmakers in the 2018 legislative session will be primarily focused on crafting and passing a two-year state budget bill. The Senator believes that casting adult use legalization as a “jobs bill” will gain in traction.

“I’m looking at adult use, because that’s where the money is at,” Seum said.

According to the DEA, agents confiscated over 300,000 marijuana plants in Kentucky in 2016 — the third highest total of any state in the nation.

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2 Replies to “Kentucky: Marijuana Legalization Bill to be Introduced For 2018”

  1. Please legalize marijuana. Like prohibition of alcohol in the 30s current marijuana laws over burden law enforcement,legal and judicial system and cost and cost tax paying citizens billions. It also creates a black market for drug cartels and criminals. Also even more important if it remains illegal and unregulated it is a health concern for the consumer. We also not taking advantage of the potential revenue we would have from taxation. Please do the responsible thing by taking action to legalize and regulate marijuana for the greater good of the citizens of Kentucky and the U.S.


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