A bill removing Marijuana from the list of Schedule 1 narcotics is all that is needed. Period - full stop. Anything above and beyond that is gubmint control over a weed.
If you open a business it would be no different from any other business at that point. You sell stuff, hire employees, pay your taxes, etc. Nothing has to be weed-specific except any safety regulations pertaining to safe dosage WARNINGS, not limitations. The packaging and labeling would be no different from any tobacco product. Or food product for edibles.That would be nice but I don't see them relaxing laws on sales/allowing some sort of free-for-all/easy money making scheme even if they "make it legal". They want their TAX/FEE money...just like any other "gubmint" agency. Hunting...fishin'.....driving...opening a biz....getting your SS check....all regulated and controlled with a hand out for $$$$.... so to think otherwise about something happening on the weed front that will open the door fully for folks to grow/sell/not pay the powers-that-be their due ain't gonna happen and is idealistic and completely unrealistic.
But if it is decriminalized it is not "drug dealin". Dude with a hotdog cart in NYC pays taxes. lady selling homemade Rona masks on Bookface doesn't pay taxes on that income - her home is not being raided.Maybe your state will play that game but so far i know of no state that allows open drug dealing and skipping out on tax liabilities/etc.
Free the weed and fuck politicians. All of them.Schedule 2 could be more restrictive than one. Here in Oregon it was placed in the states 3, or 4 schedule. But descheduling should be a mandatory part of decriminilization. But this also interferes with the tax argument, so probably wont be allowed.
Start throwing your seeds everywhere, lets really turn this motherfucker into the true essence of a weed. Ubiquitous.