DOVER, Del. (AP) - The state House has rejected a bill that would legalize marijuana for recreational use in Delaware.
The legislation, which included an amendment aimed at addressing concerns of opponents, failed Wednesday to receive the required three-fifths majority.
The vote came after the original legislation stalled last year amid opposition from the law enforcement, business and medical communities.
Lawmakers then established a task force to study issues surrounding legalization, but the panel's final report did little to resolve concerns of opponents.