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Bill introduced to allow marijuana grown at home

Bill introduced to allow marijuana grown at home

ZOSHA MILLMAN | January 11, 2017

Washington is the only state that allows for retail, recreational marijuana but doesn’t also permit cannabis to be grown at home unless by registered medical patients. The new legislation, HB 1092, introduced Wednesday by state Rep. Sherry Appleton, D-Poulsbo, would change that.

If enacted, all adults (21 and over) would be able to grow up to six plants on their private premises so long as the yield is no greater than 24 ounces. Homes with more than one adult would be permitted 12 plants for up to 48 ounces of usable marijuana.

Bill introduced to allow marijuana grown at home






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