Lewis Reed Opposes Board Bill 180

Board of Aldermen President Lewis Reed Signs New Approach Missouri medical cannabis petition
St. Louis City Board of Aldermen President Lewis Reed spoke at the November 13, 2017 monthly chapter meeting of Greater St. Louis NORML (GSTL NORML). President Reed opposes the cannabis legalization Board Bill 180 introduced by Alder Megan-Ellyia Green on October 26, 2017. Board Bill 180 (BB180) would divert law enforcement resources from arresting individuals for private possession of up to 2.0 ounces of cannabis and privately cultivating up to ten cannabis plants. “There are loophole...
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Straight FAQs About Board Bill 180

Legalization of cannabis in St. Louis, MO
Board Bill 180 (BB180) was submitted by Alderwoman Megan-Ellyia Green on October 26, 2017 to the St. Louis City Board of Aldermen. The bill is designed to amend Ordinance 69429, and removes the possibility of incarceration for petty marijuana possession up to 56 grams (2.0 ounces) and allows private cultivation of up to ten (10) cannabis plants. This legislation is pending and has not passed into law. This guide outlines the major points of the proposed legislation. This information may change i...
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