A coalition of Minnesota activists announced Thursday that they have launched the next phase of their marijuana legalization campaign, which includes grassroots advocacy and lobbying lawmakers to pass a revised reform bill that passed the House last year, with outgoing House Majority Leader Ryan Winkler (D) supporting the legislation. The new bill moving forward in 2023 is very similar to the bill from the previous session and includes key revisions such as adding a licensing category for businesses selling "low-THC cannabis foods" and, in addition, regulatory requirements for these cannabis licensees will be reduced so that they will be able to allow on-site sales if they hold a liquor license, which means ensuring that stores that currently sell low-THC beverages and foods do not face disruption.
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