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Vermont and New Hampshire May Delay Votes on Marijuana Proposals
Marijuana legalization measures in both Vermont and New Hampshire have hit a roadblock, reports the Associated Press.
In Vermont, marijuana has been legal since July 1, 2018, when a lawmaker-approved measure took effect. However, the law established no legal means of actually purchasing marijuana they are the only state to legalize marijuana without allowing marijuana retail outlets.
The Vermont Senate passed a tax and regulate proposal earlier this session, as noted by the AP, but it wont be acted upon in the House before January. Meanwhile, a legalization bill in New Hampshire could end up similarly delayed.
We need to get a tax and regulated system as soon as possible, not necessarily....
Welcome to the latest edition of NORMLs Weekly Legislative Roundup
Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer and House Democratic Caucus Chairman Hakeem Jeffries announced their intentions to introduce legislation known as the Marijuana Freedom and Opportunity Act, to remove marijuana from the Controlled Substances Act CSA, thus ending the nearly century-long federal policy of criminalization and prohibition.
Governor Doug Bergum R of North Dakota signed a bill into law that will remove the threat of jail time for the possession of up to a half ounce of marijuana.
Bill To Legalize Marijuana Sales Approved By Vermont House Committee
A bill that would legalize marijuana sales in Vermont cleared a House committee on Thursday.
The tax-and-regulate legislation was approved by the Senate in March following several committee votes in that body. Its first stop in the larger chamber was the House Committee on Government Operations, which approved the bill, with some changes, in a 10-1 vote.
Last year, Vermont became the first state to legalize cannabis through the legislature, as opposed to a citizen-led ballot initiative. But lawmakers declined to include provisions allowing marijuana to be purchased from a....
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