It’s literally insane how marijuana has been considered a crime. Many people are still behind bars for growing it, among other things cannabis related. As most of you reading this will already know, you can grow your own cannabis here in Canada. All you need is your license to grow, what we do here at Licence To Grow is assist people through the ACMPR program, we can help with the paper work as well as help you obtain a prescription from a compassionate doctor if you have large growing requirements.
Things on this planet are changing. Acceptance of cannabis is growing and awareness regarding it’s medical benefits and the perception of it is changing. It’s ridiculous how it’s considered criminal in many states, but that’s changing as well as Hawaii recently because the 26th state in the nation to decriminalize the possession of small amounts of marijuana.
Despite all of these changes, it’s important to remember that big pharma and the medical industry are getting in on growing cannabis. Can you really trust them, what fertilizers and pesticides are they using? This is why it’s best to just grow your own.
Under the new legislation in Hawaii, smokers with even a tiny amount of weed on them no longer face the possibility of 30 days in jail and a $1,000 fine.
Instead, anyone with up to three grams of the drug could be slapped with a $130 fine, but no jail time.
As the NY post makes clear.
Hawaii Governor David Ige declined to sign the legislation but also didn’t veto it by Tuesday’s deadline. The bill goes into effect January, 11, 2020.
Still, Ige cautioned this doesn’t mean his state is ready to say “aloha” to legal pot just yet.
“We continue to learn from other states about the problems they see with recreational marijuana, and most of the governors that I talk to that have recreational laws have acknowledged significant problems with those measures,” Ige said last month, according to ABC News.