State Representative Daniel Reilly (R-Portsmouth) joins Bonus Q&A to talk about the state's infrastructure, ethics, marijuana legalization, the outlook for electing more GOP lawmakers, and other issues.
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House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello joins Political Roundtable this week to discuss fallout from the state's new truck toll law, whether he'll support a House floor vote for marijuana legalization, and the latest budget proposal from Governor Raimondo.
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The Senate Judiciary Committee is slated to hear a slate of bills Tuesday about marijuana. One bill would legalize the recreational use of marijuana in Rhode Island.
Lawmakers will once again consider legalizing the use and possession of marijuana for adults over 21. The idea is to regulate and tax the drug like alcohol. Proponents say that would cut down jail time for small-time offenders and increase state revenue.
State Representative Anthony Giarrusso (R-East Greenwich) joins Political Roundtable this week to discuss Governor Raimondo's budget proposal; the PawSox' possible move to Providence; and the outlook on gambling revenue and legalizing marijuana.
The House Judiciary Committee is slated to hear Wednesday a series of bills about marijuana.
One bill proposes to legalize recreational marijuana for adults 21 and over. The drug would be regulated and taxed like alcohol, which proponents say would bring in new tax revenue for the state. But opponents point to the potential negative impact on health and public safety.