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2021-22 Recreational / Medical Marijuana Bill open for co-sponsorship

2021-22 Wisconsin Marijuana Reform Bill
LRB 4361 is being circulated for co-sponsorship

Wisconsin is ready to grow our future by legalizing cannabis.

LRB-4361 will help build safe communities and a healthy future. Agricultural business will bloom and the economic benefits will be felt by Wisconsinites as the state legalizes cannabis. The legislation is currently being circulated for co-sponsorship.

Over 60% of Wisconsinites support total legalization and 83% support medical marijuana.

NOW is the time to support this important piece of legislation by contacting your Senator and Assembly Representative today.The seeds we plant will dictate the future of our state. LRB-4361 does just that. This bill includes:

  • Full recreational use of cannabis for adults age 21 and older; medicinal use for persons age 18 and older that have been diagnosed with or are undergoing treatment for a debilitating medical condition.
  • Allows a Wisconsin resident to grow their own marijuana plants for personal use.
  • Establishes a non-lapsible trust fund designated the “Community Reinvestment Fund” to support communities most impacted by prohibition.
  • And much more…

Send your lawmakers a clear message that NOW is the time for Wisconsin to legalize cannabis.

Wisconsin Is Ready to Legalize Marijuana
Wisconsin Is Ready to Legalize Marijuana

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  1. The bill is now out of original circulation period and has received Senate Bill Number 545 and is awaiting an Assembly Bill Number.

    Introduced by Senators Agard, Johnson, L. Taylor, Roys, Larson, Smith and Erpenbach;
    cosponsored by Representatives Bowen, Ohnstad, Spreitzer, Hong, Stubbs, Hebl, Emerson, S. Rodriguez, Neubauer, Hesselbein, Baldeh, Brostoff, Snodgrass, Goyke, Pope, Shankland, Shelton, Moore Omokunde, L. Myers, Anderson, Drake, Subeck, Sinicki, Ortiz-Velez, Considine, Andraca, Hintz, Conley, Vining, Cabrera and McGuire.

    Seven (7) out of Twelve (12) Democratic Senators sponsor this bill.

    Thirty-one (31) out of Thirty-eight (38) Democratic Assembly Representatives co-sponsored this bill.

    No Republican in the Senate or Assembly has signed onto this bill.

    We will report more on this legislation, committee assignments and the no-shows to the sponsorship table in upcoming articles.

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