In Vermont, during a special session this month or next, a bill to legalize marijuana sales in Vermont is set to advance. Although Vermont legalized cannabis possession of up to one ounce and cultivation of two plants in 2018, there is presently no state regulatory system in place that permits retail sales. A bill to establish that program, S. 54, cleared both the House and Senate in differing forms. However, the proposed bill now must move through a bicameral conference committee charged with reconciling the versions into a single proposal to send to the governor for approval. IN March, the panel was appointed to go over the details of the bill but still have not met. Many cannabis supporters have grown frustrated over the delay, questioning when the committee will be authorized to convene.

– Marijuana Moment, 08/06/2020 11:55:48 AM

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