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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 Joint Blog | May 24, 2017
Vermont Governor Phil Scott has vetoed a bill to legalize marijuana, saying its possible a compromise could be reached during the summer.
 Vermont Governor Vetoes Marijuana Legalization Bill

Anthony Martinelli
Senate Bill 22 would have legalized the possession of up to an ounce of marijuana, and the personal cultivation of up to two mature plants four immature, for those 21 and older. The measure was approved by the Senate 20 to 9, and by the House of Representatives 79 to 66. The proposal is the first legalization bill to ever be approved by a state legislature the eight states with legal cannabis did so through the initiative process. We are disappointed by the governors decision to veto this widely supported legislation, but we are very encouraged by the governors offer to wor....
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NORML | 5/13/17
 Weekly Legislative Update 5/13/17

Justin Strekal,
So much to talk about this week, so lets start with our favorite villain, Attorney General Jeff Sessions. This week, Sessions superseded the 2010 Holder Memo, regarding DOJs policy on charging and sentencing decisions establishing what I like to now refer to as The Sessions Doctrine, in which he directed the the thousands of assistant U.S. attorneys to pursue the most serious offenses are those that carry the most substantial guidelines sentence, including mandatory minimum sentences. NPR reports: Holder had asked prosecutors to avoid slapping nonviolent drug offenders w....
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Marijuana Business Daily | May 12, 2017
 Week in Review: Vermont OKs rec, judge sides with cannabis businessman & Florida lawmakers fail to set MMJ rules

John Schroyer, Omar Sacirbey and Bart Schaneman
Vermont legislators legalized recreational marijuana, a judge rules in favor of a cannabis businessman at odds with San Diegos prosecutor, and Florida lawmakers miss their deadline to set regulations for the states MMJ market. Heres a closer look at some notable developments in the marijuana industry over the past week. Vermont wades into rec If Vermont Gov. Phil Scott signs an adult-use legalization bill passed by the Legislature, he would open a limited number of MJ business opportunities. He could also pave the way for commercial rec marijuana sales in a regulated mar....
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The Weed Blog | MAY 11, 2017
 Vermont Legislature Passes Bill to Make Marijuana Legal for Adults

We have been following the legislature in Vermont particularly closely this session as you can see by our articles here and here. The Marijuana Policy Project MPP released this news about the marijuana legalization bill circulating through both the Vermont State Senate and House that has been approved and is now en route to the Governors office to become a law Vermont would be the first state to legalize adult marijuana use through legislation instead of by a public vote. As first reported by the Marijuana Policy Project: Vermont Legislature Passes Bill to Make Marijuan....
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NORML | May 6, 2017
 Weekly Legislative Update 5/6/17

Justin Strekal
Welcome to this weeks edition of the NORML legislative roundup The biggest story this week in the marijuana world was the inclusion of the Rohrabacher-Blumenauer language Section 537 in the omnibus spending package to prevent the Department of Justice from interfering with lawful state-regulated medical marijuana consumers and businesses. In a signing statement by President Trump, expressed that he will treat this provision consistently with my constitutional responsibility to take care that the laws be faithfully executed when it comes to Section 537. The lack of clarity....
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Marijuana Business Daily | May 5, 2017
 Week in Review: New York medical cannabis lawsuit, Vermont MMJ expansion & Texas preliminary CBD licensees

Omar Sacirbey, Bart Schaneman and John Schroyer
New York medical marijuana dispensaries file suit to prevent new competitors, Vermont lawmakers approve expanding the states MMJ program, and Texas awards three preliminary licenses for its CBD program. Heres a closer look at some notable developments in the marijuana industry over the past week. For patients or protectionism? New Yorks Medical Cannabis Industry Association filed a lawsuit to prevent the states health department from awarding new business licenses to five companies that werent successful during the 2015 application process. The lawsuits claim? Doubling ....
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The Weed Blog | MAY 4, 2017
 Vermont House Approves Adult Use Marijuana Proposal

We have been covering a lot of news about what is going on in the New England States and you may recall that our last article about policy in Vermont discussed a recent cannabis bill proposal in the Vermont Senate. As you can imagine, we were thrilled to see this in our inbox today from the Vermont Coalition to Regulate Marijuana regarding what is going on in the House Vermont House of Representatives Approves Proposal to Make Marijuana Legal for Adults; H. 170 Advances to Third Reading The bipartisan measure would eliminate penalties for personal marijuana possession an....
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