DOVER, DE (AP) – With final approval from the Delaware state Senate, bills legalizing recreational marijuana use by adults and authorizing a state-licensed and regulated marijuana industry are on their way to Gov. John Carney for his signature. Tuesday’s votes could prompt a battle with the Democrat governor, who vetoed a legalization bill last year. One bill would legalize personal possession by those 21 and older of up to one ounce of leaf marijuana or equivalent amounts in other forms. The other bill would authorize 30 retail marijuana licenses, 30 manufacturing licenses, 60 cultivation licenses, and 5 testing licenses. Opponents contend a state marijuana industry is contrary to federal law and will open the door to organized drug dealers. Gov. Carney’s office said he still has concerns about legalization.