HONOLULU - SB686 is making its way through Hawaii legislation. That means recreational marijuana could be legal in the Aloha State.

The judiciary committee passed the measure with amendments. SB686 legalizes the personal use, possession and sale of marijuana in a specified amount. The bill also states that marijuana establishments will be required to pay excise taxes and income taxes.

Chief McCarthy from the Honolulu Police Department joined Good Morning Hawaii to discuss the possible legalization of recreational marijuana.

To view the bill, click here. The bill needs to be heard next by the Ways and Means Committee; no date for that is scheduled yet.