On December 5, Vermont Attorney General T.J. Donovan hosted a very informative public forum on cannabis policy.
On May 2, the Vermont House Government Operations Committee voted 10-1 in favor of S. 54.
On February 28, 2019, the Vermont Senate voted 23-5 to pass S. 54, a bill that would legalize, regulate, and tax cannabis sales to adults 21 and older.
On May 18, 2017, Vermont’s marijuana legalization bill, S.22, was delivered to the desk of Gov. Phil Scott. He now has five days (excluding Sunday) to either sign it or veto it. If he does neither, it will become law without his signature. The Vermont Coalition to Regulate Marijuana submitted several documents to Gov. Scott’s office in response to his stated concerns about the bill. Those documents are available here: Cover letter from coalition director Laura Subin to Gov. Scott Responses to…