Ronald and Sarah Morton’s firm designed containers that lock to be able to stop folks from being charged with having an “open container” of marijuana.
SUFFOLK, Va. — Ron and Sarah Morton are making it their mission to supply merchandise that defend and marijuana customers and promote hashish security.
The duo just lately created LOCKGREEN™, a Black-owned firm that sells marijuana containers which are designed to stop folks from being charged for having “open containers.”
This container is the primary product LOCKGREEN™ is providing and it is available in two sizes. Each are lockable, smell-proof and waterproof containers that maintain hashish.
Based on a information launch, the lock gives the kind of seal wanted to keep away from “permissive inference” which is the belief a choose or jury makes that an individual has been utilizing marijuana because of the presence of an open container.
Every field comes with a limited-edition design that “highlights the features of marijuana legalization that customers care about: social justice, pure medication, financial alternative, and private freedom.”
The small field prices $44.99, and the bigger field will promote for $54.99.
The Suffolk duo mentioned they wish to defend customers.
A second objective of LOCKGREEN™ is to coach the general public on Virginia’s legal guidelines and remove the stigma surrounding marijuana.
Ron and Sarah’s motivation to begin their enterprise got here from the truth that Black persons are 3.6 occasions extra prone to be arrested for marijuana than white folks. That is in line with an ACLU research.
Each have been supporters of the legalization of marijuana for years. Ron labored within the authorized hashish business for greater than 10 years in Colorado, Maryland and Virginia.
Sarah has moderated occasions relating to marijuana and sits on the Board of Administrators for Virginia NORML (Nationwide Group for the Reform of Marijuana Legal guidelines).
You may presently pre-order the containers on the LOCKGREEN™ website, here.