The Alabama Senate Judiciary Committee approved a cannabis decriminalization bill Feb. 16 that would reduce penalties for possessing small amounts to a fine, according to a local WAAY report.

Senate Bill 160 would decriminalize up to 2 ounces of cannabis, although more than 2 ounces would still be considered unlawful possession, WAAY reported.

This is the second time that the bill’s sponsor, Sen. Bobby Singleton, has introduced a decriminalization measure in the state, according to the news outlet.

S.B. 160 now heads to the full Senate for consideration.