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Vermont Patients Alliance
Montpelier VT
Mission: Scientists, physicians, and nurses, working together with the local business community, organized Vermont Patients Alliance, Inc. as a non-profit corporation for charitable, scientific and educational purposes, to assist and support Vermont patients suffering from debili...
Vermont Patients Alliance

Champlain Valley Dispensary
Burlington VT
Champlain Valley Dispensary, Inc. is a nonprofit business dedicated to providing high quality organic and non organic lab-tested, affordable cannabis to our patients. We aim to treat our patients with respect and educate them about pain management through cannabis treatments and ...
Champlain Valley Dispensary
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The Seattle Times | March 2, 2018
 Vermont lawmakers propose bill limiting marijuana odor
Legal marijuana users in Vermont may want to invest in an air freshener. The Burlington Free Press reports lawmakers are currently considering a bill that could allow cities and towns to classify marijuana odor as a public nuisance and a ticketable offense. Current law prohibits people from consuming marijuana in public places, including sidewalks and hotels. The bill Republican Representatives Scott Beck and Janssen Willhoit introduced Thursday would give local governments more authority to regulate consumption on private property as well. Republican Gov. Phil Scotts ma....
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The Joint Blog | March 2, 2018
 Vermont House Votes to Allow Cops to Administer Saliva Tests for Drugs During Traffic Stops

Anthony Martinelli

Vermonts full House of Representatives gave preliminary approval yesterday to House Bill 237, which would allow law enforcement to administer saliva tests for drugs during traffic stops.
The House gave approval to the measure in a voice vote yesterday after 2.5 hours of debate and after approving several rather inconsequential amendments. Representative David Potter D, the bills primary sponsor, says that under his proposal the saliva tests alone cant result in an arrest or conviction, though it can play a factor. The measure requires at least two peer-reviewed studies to verify the accuracy of the devices being deployed before they can be used. According to Potter, overall impairment would still be determined by police who are trained as Drug Recognition ....
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The Joint Blog | February 7, 2018 by Anthony Martinelli
 WA: Committee Approves Bill to Allow Marijuana Stores to Obtain and Sell CBD Products From Outside Sources
Anthony Martinelli

Washingtons House Appropriations Committee has approved a measure that would allow marijuana outlets to use cannabidiol products CBD products obtained from sources other than state licensed producer/processors.
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The Cannabist | Feb 5, 2018
 One month after Sessions marijuana memo, where do U.S. attorneys stand on legal weed?
Bruce Kennedy and Alex Pasquariello
Its been a month since U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinded the Cole Memo, Obama-era Department of Justice guidance on enforcement of federal law in states that legalized marijuana in some form. Sessions marijuana policy shift didnt just inject uncertainty into the legal cannabis industry it empowered the Justice Departments U.S. attorneys to enforce or ignore federal marijuana laws. U.S. attorneys are the chief federal law enforcement officers within 93 districts throughout the United States, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, Guam, and the Northern Mariana Islands....
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Marijuana Policy Project | January 22nd, 2018
 Vermont Becomes First State to Make Marijuana Legal Through Its Legislature

Until today, all eight of the states that have made marijuana legal for adults did so through ballot initiatives. Over the past three elections in 2012, 2014, and 2016, voters in Colorado, Washington, Alaska, Oregon, California, Maine, Massachusetts, and Nevada and Washington, D.C. approved ballot questions to legalize marijuana. Today, we reached an important milestone in Vermont: a state legislature has enacted a law, signed by the governor, that legalizes possession and home cultivation of marijuana for adults aged 21 and older. H. 511 eliminates Vermonts civil penalty ....
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NORML | January 22, 2018
 Vermont Becomes the Ninth State to Legalize Adult Marijuana Possession and Personal Cultivation

Republican Gov. Phil Scott has signed legislation H. 511 into law legalizing the use and cultivation of marijuana by adults. Vermont is the ninth state to statutorily permit adults to possess marijuana for personal use, and it is the first state to enact these reforms via legislative action rather than by the passage of a voter-initiated ballot measure. The majority of Vermonters, like the majority of the American public, desire to live in a community where responsible adults who choose to consume cannabis are no longer criminalized or stigmatized, said NORML Deputy Direct....
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The Joint Blog | January 22, 2018
 Vermont Governor Signs Marijuana Legalization Bill Into Law, Takes Effect July 1

Anthony Martinelli

As expected, Vermont Governor Phil Scott on Monday officially signed a bill into law that makes marijuana legal for those 21 and older.
Governor Scott signing H. 511 into law makes Vermont the first state in U.S. history to legalize marijuana through state lawmakers the other eight states with legal marijuana did so through the initiative process. The new law which takes full effect on July 1 allows those 21 and older to possess up to an ounce of marijuana and cultivate up to two mature and four immature cannabis plants. After more than 15 years of hard work by MPP and our allies in the state, adults in Vermont no longer need to fear being fined or criminalized for low-level marijuana possession and cult....
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