Vermont

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Vermont Lawmakers Reach Deal on Cannabis Sales

A conference committee of key House and Senate lawmakers have found common ground on cannabis sales, meaning a regulated market might soon be coming to Vermont.

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As Vermont Lawmakers Compromise on Cannabis, the Possible Sales Regime Becomes More Conservative

Tentative agreements have been reached where the chambers’ proposals conflicted most, including THC caps, saliva testing, and a seatbelt provision.

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Vermont Lawmakers Continue Debate Over Cannabis Sales

A key committee met for the second time to try to produce compromise legislation on cannabis sales to send to Gov. Phil Scott.

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Disagreements Remain as Vermont Lawmakers Revisit Legal Cannabis Sales

Vermont was the first state to pass legalization by legislature, but sales were not allowed. That could change, if lawmakers can agree on the details.

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Vermont Bill To Legalize Adult Use Cannabis Sales Sent From House To Senate

As soon as lawmakers reconcile their versions, the bill heads to the governor’s desk.

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Key Vermont Lawmakers, Attorney General Urge Cannabis Sales Ahead of State of the State

Vermont has had legal cannabis since 2018, but still doesn’t allow sales. Some lawmakers are optimistic that 2020 will be the year that changes.

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Vermont: As State Eyes Adult Use Sales, Attorney General Hosts Panel on Northeast Cannabis Lessons

Vermont legalized cannabis last year, but only home grown. The panel focused on neighboring Maine and Massachusetts, which fully legalized and allowed sales, albeit very differently.

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Vermont Lawmakers Ponder Next Cannabis Push

Lawmakers in the first state to legalize cannabis by legislature opted for no sales, but that may change by next year