On 3.9.2023 – LBS testified on SB 516 – a bill that regulates the recreational cannabis industry.
In this episode, we’ll talk about Maryland cannabis legalization with a focus on the criminal justice and the business aspects of it. We will also give brief updates about other legislative efforts we are supporting and working on during MDGA 2023.
VIDEO: MDGA 2023 – HB 556 Hearing – Cannabis Reform and Regulation – House Economic Matters (2.17.2023)
https://youtu.be/2RXqciSTJJE On 2.17.2023 – LBS testified on House Bill 556 concerning reform and regulation of the cannabis industry. Lawrence Grandpre, discussed the necessity of high tax revenues to fund the
Maryland General Assembly lawmakers heard plenty of concerns about what a legal recreational cannabis market will look like in Maryland this July during a grueling, over four-hour-long legislative session on Friday.
On 2.14.2023 – LBS testified in support of Senate Bill 285 – Authorizing Police Accountability Boards with independent investigatory powers.
https://youtu.be/LUQpkNEmxDw In 2021, the MD General Assembly passed Anton’s Law, making a significant step towards greater transparency and accountability for law enforcement. However, implementation has proved largely ineffective. Requestors still
On 2.7.2023 – LBS testified in support of House Bill 280 – Removing criminal penalties for the possession of cannabis and possession with the intent to distribute.
From the Streets to the Statehouse – Ep. 12 (2/2/2023) – Cannabis, odor searches & police accountability
The 2023 Maryland General Assembly is well underway. In this episode, Dayvon Love – Director of Public Policy for LBS – will be overviewing our top legislative priorities including: cannabis decriminalization, odor searches by law enforcement and police accountability.
https://youtu.be/-pVwdN7_gLc On 2.2.2023 several community organizations and civic leaders testified in support of Senate Bill 51 – Removing the sole use of the odor of cannabis as the basis for
On 2.1.2023 – LBS testified in support of Senate Bill 73 – Removing criminal penalties for the possession of cannabis and possession with the intent to distribute.