The Senate Ways and Means Committee voted in favour of decriminalizing cannabis possession 8-2. The bill involves a 30$ fine for possession of 3 grams or less and he expungement of prior convictions for low-level marijuana possession. The bill also would create the cannabis evolution take force that would make recommendations to marijuana legislations in the state. So far the bill has been steadily moving through the house and two other Senate committees and the belief is that Governor David Ige will sign a decriminalization bill.
Source: Marijuana Moment
Of the 79 companies that were competing for the partnership Aurora had the highest rating. Aurora will have a production facility in Leipzig and will sell the marijuana to pharmacies and the German government. Chief Global Business Development Officer Neil Belot had this to say: “We are very proud to have been selected as one of only three companies by the German government, which is a great achievement by our team. Having the highest rated concept is a strong validation of the Aurora Standard cultivation philosophy, as well as of our track record in the delivery of safe and high-quality medical cannabis products to the German system”. Aphria and Wayland Group are the two other companies that will be able to work on the German market. The deal will become official April 17 or later.
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