Governor Wants Your Signature on Pro Pot Legalization Petition

Governor Walz promised that one of the first bills he wanted to pass this year was to legalize recreational marijuana for adults. According to, the DFL legislature got the recreational marijuana bill past the first of many hurdles before it can become law.

“Members, Minnesotans are ready,” said State Rep. Zack Stephenson, DFL-Coon Rapids and author of the bill. “Cannabis shouldn’t be illegal in Minnesota.”

Governor Walz sent this email earlier this week in an effort to gain as much support as possible to pass this bill.


Minnesota’s current cannabis laws are doing more harm than good.

It’s time we followed common sense and took advantage of the proven benefits of legalizing adult use of cannabis, from expanding our economy, improving our criminal justice system, creating good-paying jobs throughout our state, and creating more space for law enforcement. law enforcement to focus on violent crime.

That’s why Lt. Governor Flanagan and I are calling on the legislature to fund the safe and responsible legalization of adult cannabis use in Minnesota. Just yesterday, DFL legislators introduced legislation to achieve this, and I ask you to help us keep up the pressure.

Add your name to send the unequivocal message that Minnesota is ready to legalize adult use of cannabis and eliminate cannabis convictions:

This legislation would give us the tools to tax and regulate adult cannabis use in Minnesota, enhance our existing medical cannabis program, offer grants to promote equity and fairness in the legal cannabis market, and fund an education campaign. throughout the state to promote safe consumption.

[FIRST NAME]If there’s any state that can get this right, it’s Minnesota. There is no reason for us to be left behind.

If you agree that Minnesotans deserve the freedom to make responsible decisions about cannabis use, click here to sign in and make your voice heard: Legalize Adult Use of Cannabis.

Let’s get this over to my desk. I’m ready to sign it.

I’m thankful,

Tim Waltz

Although supporters of recreational marijuana legalization are cautiously optimistic, the state Senate will be the toughest hurdle before the bill reaches Walz’s desk. Democrats have a one-seat majority in the Senate.

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