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March 3, 2021 / VTpoli

Predicting Vermont’s Town Meeting Day Cannabis Retail Votes

At the 2021 installment of Town Meeting Day, roughly 30 Vermont cities and towns will hold votes to approve, or ‘opt-in’, to allow THC cannabis products to be sold over-the-counter […]

January 26, 2021 / VTpoli

In This Vermont City, the Cops Don’t Oppose Retail Cannabis Sales

Eli’s Note: All blogs on Vermontijuana are factually-accurate and backed up with receipts and links, but I am also active in the cannabis community through my own Vermontijuana cannabis collective, […]

January 13, 2021 / VTpoli

Petition: Shall Winooski Voters Approve Cannabis Retail Sales on Town Meeting Day?

At least two independent cannabis entrepreneurs are exploring legal retail cannabis opportunities in Winooski to start as early as October 2022. As part of this process, any would-be cannabis retailer […]

November 23, 2020 / VTpoli

Vermont Extends Existing Hemp Rules Through 2021 Season

One day before they were set to expire, and with the threat of the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) looming, the hemp regulations that presently govern the Vermont hemp program will […]

August 2, 2020 / VTpoli

“How Republicans Can Win on Cannabis in 2020”

Of all the things wrong with our present political paradigm, the two-party dichotomy is the worst. Over the last five years I’ve spent in politics, I’ve witnessed the failures of […]

July 2, 2020 / VTpoli

Support One of Vermont’s Pioneering Medical Advocates and Patients

Simply put, none of us in the legal Vermont cannabis community are here today in this digital or political space without the efforts of Mark Tucci, one of Vermont’s pioneering […]

April 28, 2020 / VTpoli

CEO of Multi-State Cannabis Dispensary Operator (including Vermont) Resigns Following Loan Investigation

As first reported by Jeff Smith for Marijuana Business Daily, the CEO of iAnthus Capital Holdings has resigned following an internal investigation into over $150,000 in improperly-documented loans made from […]

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