Arizona Senator’s New Bill Attacks Marijuana Market Publishers
April 9, 2019 by erfa5t8
Arizona Senator David Gowan (R) has quietly slipped an anti-marijuana bill into the Legislature. Senate Bill 1156 is a “striker” expense, implying it was a costs that got approval and after that a lawmaker( s )altered most or all of the language to something completely various in order slip it through the legal procedure without the public noticing. In this case, Senator Gowan turned SB1156 from a water security bill into a costs about controling marijuana market publishers.
” SB1156 is attempting to make releasing specific marijuana-related material unlawful in Arizona, and entirely neglects the reality that the First Amendment in the Constitution of the United States permits publishers the right to easily publish the material they deem worthy,” said AZmarijuana.com. “Under SB1156, sites and magazines that list Arizona medical marijuana dispensaries would be deemed guilty of a Class 6 felony for each listing that does not supply the dispensary’s registration certificate number.”
Legally-operating medical marijuana delivery services would likewise be impacted by SB1156.
SB1156 states, “A listing or menu service that does not display a not-for-profit medical marijuana dispensary’s registration certificate identification number released pursuant to area 36-2804 with the not-for-profit medical marijuana dispensary’s or medical marijuana delivery service’s product lines is guilty of a Class 6 felony.”
Contact Senator Gowan < a href= "https://gowanforaz.com/contact/" target =" _ blank "rel =" noopener noreferrer ” > here and tell him to throw out SB1156. Also, contact your local representative and tell him/her to throw away Senator Gowan’s expense (SB1156).
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