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“The bill would expunge the record of those convicted of certain marijuana-related offenses, and reduce sentences for others. Through a tax on sales, it would also fund services in communities most impacted by prohibition and provide support for a more diverse and inclusive market.
Bans at the state level would not be changed, though the MORE Act sends a powerful signal about the importance of building on the wave of state-level reforms that have resulted in 18 states allowing legal access to marijuana for adult use in recent years.”
We also agree that transparency and product accuracy are vital to cannabis becoming more respected both in this country and worldwide.
And this speaks exactly to that issue.
If the measure does not pass before the state’s pilot program expires June 30, hemp will be outlawed in North Carolina.
An interesting exploration into what the landscape may look like if the cannabis industry was looked at and regulated like the wine industry.