Governor signs pot bill into law


Governor Lou Leo Guerrero has signed Bill 32-35 into law during a press conference in Adelup.

Bill 32-35, or the Guam Cannabis Industry Act of 2019, seeks to develop a new industry in Guam as well as create a new source of taxable revenue for the government of Guam.

According to the measure introduced by Sen. Clynt Ridgell, cannabis should be legal for persons 21 years of age or older and its production and sale should be regulated for public health, welfare, safety, and taxation purpose.

More details to follow.

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