The Grenada government has appointed businesswoman Rolanda McQueen to chair a 12-member Cannabis Commission. Legalization and regulation Its mandate includes conducting broad consultations and raising public awareness of policy decisions to legalize cannabis within a legal and regulatory framework.
During the recent opening of the new legislature following the June 23rd general election, Governor General Cecil La Grenade said the Dickon Mitchell government would invest in the cannabis industry.
“Cannabis will be legalized and a legal and regulatory framework will be created for its production and marketing, initiating and guiding the development of the industry. The focus is on applications,” she said.
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statement issued by Ministry of Agriculture In announcing the composition of the commission, it said it was intended to legalize cannabis within a legal and regulatory framework, develop the cannabis industry and maximize the potential of hemp and its by-products.
The European Commission will hold broad consultations and raise public awareness on policy decisions to legalize cannabis within a legal and regulatory framework, develop the cannabis industry and maximize the potential of hemp and its by-products. said they are obliged to do so.
It will also “produce a final report containing advice on designing a new legislative and regulatory framework for legalizing cannabis within the legal and regulatory framework for production and marketing. Develop the cannabis industry and maximize the potential of hemp and its by-products for export.”
The Commission, whose members have backgrounds ranging from law to medicine, religion and business, also provides recommendations on institutional structures for implementing the statutory provisions to legalize cannabis.
The previous New Nationalist government introduced a bill aimed at decriminalizing cannabis for recreational and religious purposes, but it was never debated even though the party controlled all 15 seats in parliament. There was no