Proponents of a tax and regulate system say it will weaken the black market. But in other states that have legalized marijuana, illicit sales continue to thrive.
Lawmakers return to the Statehouse this week. Minimum wage, paid leave, marijuana legalization, climate change and more are on the table.
The Health Department’s ‘Let’s Talk Cannabis’ was intentionally launched in advance of the Legislature’s debate on legalizing a marijuana market
NYPD claimed to have successfully seized 106 pounds of marijuana. But it turns out it was legal hemp.
An undercover officer purchased marijuana multiple times at the Burlington skate shop Ridin’ High over the course of a year-long investigation, police allege.
Two other Vermont schools made Princeton Review’s national list: Marlboro College ranked ninth, and Champlain College ranked 14th.
Capitol police say they don’t plan to test the plants and have no suspects.
The Vermont governor was one of 11 chief state executives who called on congressional leaders to back a bill saying hands-off to U.S. authorities.
The House Committee on Government Operations voted 10-1 in favor of moving the legal marijuana sales bill one step closer to a floor vote.
To enact paid family leave and minimum wage bills, House Democratic leaders don’t only have to contend with the governor — they also must rein in members of their own caucus.
While the state must have a budget and a school funding system, it does not have to have a law requiring a waiting period for buying a pistol, a higher minimum wage or marijuana stores.
The former Vermont governor, once firmly anti-marijuana, is now on the board of a Canadian cannabis company. “I flipped.”
Vermont lawmakers want to limit the involvement of large, out-of-state companies in a proposed retail marijuana market. But recent reporting by the Boston Globe shows that similar efforts in Massachusetts are falling short.
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