Vermont Approves New Medical Marijuana Laws
Legislative Committee on Administrative Rules in Vermont has recently approved new regulations allowing dispensaries, who have the room, the ability to serve more patients and offer shorter wait times.
Other regulations include the option for dispensaries to cultivate hemp for symptom relief, strains allowed will have very small amounts (less than 0.3%) of THC, the euphoria causing ingredient in marijuana. Dispensary managers who are interested in growing hemp would be required to submit a proposal to the Department of Public Safety.
The committee also has approved the delivery of medical marijuana and hemp grown by the four open and operating dispensaries in Vermont.
The regulations were approved just days before the end of the 45-day review period. Jeff Wallin, director of the Vermont Crime Information Center, said the rules will be forwarded to the Secretary of State for adoption. He said he expects to see the rules go into effect in about 45 days.
A copy of the rules has been made available on the registry website.
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