Delaware Cannabis Legalization

Sign the Petition to the Delaware General Assembly to End Cannabis Prohibition within our State

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Senator Anthony Delcollo pledges to sponsor the bill to legalize cannabis in the First State

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We the People hereby Petition the Honorable 149th General Assembly of the State of Delaware...

Therefore be it Resolved that We the People require the General Assembly to Recognize the Natural Right of the People to cultivate and use Cannabis and Act to Legalize Cannabis within the State of Delaware in the year 2017.

Support Delaware's Legalization Leaders

Colin Bonini
Senator (Dover - R)
Margaret Rose Henry
Senator (Wilmington - D)
Anthony Delcollo
Senator (Elmsere, Newport - R)
Trey Paradee
Representative (Cheswold - D)
David Sokola
Senator (Newark - D)
Sam Chick
Petitioner (Dover - R)
Brad Eaby
Levy Court Commissioner (Dover - D)
Sean Lynn
Representative (Dover - D)

Upcoming events

Jan 10 2017


First Day of Legislative Session

  • Place: Legislative Hall
  • Time: All Day

Urge your legislators to support cannabis legalization.

Jan 19 2017


Delaware Citizens' Cannabis Lobby Day 7

  • Place: Legislative Hall
  • Time: 10:30 AM

The ONLY way to change the law in Delaware is by directly engaging those that make the law.

June 30 2017


Last Day of Legislative Session

  • Place: Legislative Hall
  • Time: TBA

This is the last day to get legalization passed in 2017.

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We are working hard to legalize cannabis in the State of Delaware. Drop us a line at to tell us how YOU are helping the movement. We love to hear from the community! Special thanks to the Delaware Cannabis Advocacy Network, Cannabis Bureau of Delaware, DE NORML, and the Marijuana Policy Project for their continuing work to end cannabis prohibition in our state.