DOVER, Del. - (AP) - A task force studying issues surrounding marijuana legalization in Delaware is set to issue its final report.
Members of the panel, which was established after a legalization bill stalled in the General Assembly last year, were scheduled to vote Wednesday on a final report summarizing their findings and recommendations.
Rep. Helene Keeley, a Wilmington Democrat who is co-chair of the task force and chief sponsor of the stalled legalization bill, said the bill would be amended to address some of the concerns raised during task-force meetings. The panel has discussed a variety of issues, including law-enforcement concerns, taxation and banking, consumer safety, and local authority and control.
Advocates argue that legalization will eliminate the stigma associated with marijuana use, decrease criminal activity, and raise revenue for the state.
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