Medical : Yes

Adult Use : Yes (Limited)

Noteworthy Information : On January 22, 2018, Governor Phil Scott signed a bill legalizing the possession and the limited cultivation of cannabis by adults 21+. It took effect on July 1st. Adults 21+ legally can possess up to one ounce of marijuana and can grow up to two mature marijuana plants and four immature marijuana plants per housing unit. The Marijuana Advisory Commission has completed a statewide listening tour and will compile a report on how to create and implement a regulated and taxed market. Vermont has an established medical dispensary system. The State passed an amendment in 2016 that allows for dispensaries to sell to one another, requires child-resistant packaging, and adds several qualifying conditions. In 2017, a bill was signed that added post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), Parkinson’s disease, and Crohn’s disease to the list of qualifying conditions.

Regulated : Yes (Vermont Department of Public Safety)

2018 Medical Sales : $22,000,000

2022 Projected Medical Sales : $44,000,000

2018 Adult Use Sales : $0

2022 Projected Adult Use Sales : $64,000,000

Last Updated : February 15th, 2019

Source : National Cannabis Industries Association

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