As the Benzinga Cannabis Capital Conference returns to Miami (April 11-12) bringing together top CEOs, investors, leaders, advocates and politicians, let's scroll through the latest regulatory changes in the space.

Delaware Marijuana Bill's Sponsor Confident He Will Override Gov's Potential Veto This Year

Delaware House panel has advanced a measure from Rep. Ed Osienski (D) that would set up a regulatory framework for the commercial adult-use cannabis market in a 4-0 vote, on the heels of the full chamber passing a complementary measure to legalize the possession of cannabis for recreational use on Tuesday.

HB 2, the regulations bill, headed to the floor on Thursday, reported Marijuana Moment. After that, the next stop for both measures is the Senate Health Committee.

Meanwhile, cannabis advocates are worried that Governor John Carney might veto the legislation after all, given his earlier statements.

"I do not believe that promoting or expanding the use of recreational marijuana is in the best interests of the state of Delaware, especially our young people," Governor Carney said last year after vetoing the legalization bill. "Questions about the long-term health and economic impacts of recreational marijuana use, as well as serious law enforcement concerns, remain unresolved."

But, Osienski is optimistic that this year he will have support to override a potential veto., something House lawmakers failed to do last year.

"If he decides to veto it, I'm optimistic," Osienski said. "I feel pretty good that I have the support this year to override the veto. …

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