“To basically give them the opportunity to buy it in a controlled facility that is regulated and safe from seed for sale. That we actually know what exactly you’re getting, the potency, that there’s no contamination,” Owen mentioned.
But below COVID-19 restrictions, going door to door isn’t an possibility.
“Because of COVID and the concerns, especially with people self-isolating, we made the decision real early to go to a much more digital aspect of our campaign. We’re going to be doing a lot of digital ads, we’re doing to be doing a lot of things on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to engage people at their homes,” Owen mentioned.
Amol Sinha is government director of the ACLU in New Jersey, which is a part of the marketing campaign’s coalition. He says legalizing hashish might assist clear up racial justice points. [Read more at NJTV News]