Growing Your Own Weed Could Land You In Jail In Washington State As Home Cultivation Bill Dies In House Committee



Washington state lawmakers recently killed a push to grant adults the freedom to cultivate cannabis at home.


The House Appropriations Committee failed to vote on Rep. Shelley Kloba’s HB 2194 before the February 5 deadline set to advance bills through fiscal panels to keep moving in the state legislature.

The home cultivation measure cleared a separate House committee last month. It would have allowed people to grow up to four marijuana plants per person limited to not more than 10 per household, as amended.

Cultivating cannabis for personal consumption without being a holder of a state medical card is considered a Class C felony, punishable by a prison sentence of up …

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