|Took Office||January 8, 2015|
Senate Bill 2371: Permits the courts to expunge certain prior marijuana offenses "if the court determines based on clear and convincing evidence that the record was created as a result of … an offense at the time of the creation of the record which at the time of expungement is no longer a crime." (2018)
House Bill 3818: Amends the Regulation and Taxation of Marijuana Act (Question 4) by imposing a new statewide excise tax of 10.75 percent on top of a 6.25 percent sales tax. It also authorizes cities to impose an additional 3 percent tax. It limits the ability of local communities to ban retail facilities if a majority of voters approved Question 4, but it makes it easier for communities to do so if they opposed the initiative. The law also expands patients' access to medicinal cannabis by permitting nurses and physicians' assistants the ability to recommend cannabis therapy.
H.4326: An Act further regulating the cultivation of marijuana and marihuana which delayed implementation of marijuana sales into 2018, in defiance of voter approved Question 4. (2016)