Some of the highlights include:

  • Adults may grow up to five plants at home in a locked room, away from public view and with the landowner’s knowledge and permission (if living in an apartment or other rental situation – litigation is currently pending in the state regarding condominium and homeowners’ associations);
  • Expungement of misdemeanor and Class IV felony marijuana convictions (estimated to result in 800,000 expungements);
  • No new large-scale commercial growers (look to small craft growers with a focus on inclusion for people of color becoming business owners in the industry);
  • A statewide program funded with $20 million for low interest loans to help support “social equity” in business ownership in the newly created market.

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