Vermont: Time is running short!

If you live in Vermont, please email your representatives and call House Speaker Mitzi Johnson’s office and urge her to bring S. 54 to a vote before session ends this week!

S. 54 has already passed the Senate in an overwhelming 23-5 vote, and it has passed the House Government Operations Committee in a 10-1 vote. Unfortunately, we are now racing against the clock. The legislative session is scheduled to end this Friday, and the bill has not yet been scheduled for a vote in the House.

It is critically important that you email your representatives and call House Speaker Mitzi Johnson’s office today to remind them that this issue is an important priority for Vermonters.

You can read a summary of S. 54, as amended by the House Government Operations Committee, here.

Please share this message with your family and friends and urge them to email their representatives and call the House speaker’s office today!

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Vermont: Bill to regulate cannabis advances in House, but time is running out

If you live in Vermont, email your state representatives today — tell them Vermont needs to finish the job and regulate cannabis in 2019!

The Vermont Senate has already passed S. 54, a bill that would create a regulated and taxed market for adult-use cannabis in Vermont, and last week the House Government Operations Committee voted 10-1 in favor of its passage. The bill is currently being considered by the House Ways and Committee.

Please email your state representatives today and urge them to support regulating cannabis in 2019!

You can read a summary of the bill, as amended by the House Government Operations Committee, here. The legislative session is expected to conclude at the end of next week, so it’s very important that representatives hear from you today.

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Vermont House considers bill to regulate and tax cannabis

If you live in Vermont, contact your state representatives today — tell them it’s time for Vermont to finish the job and regulate cannabis in 2019!

The Vermont Senate has already passed S. 54, a bill that would create a regulated and taxed market for adult-use cannabis in Vermont. The bill is now being considered by the House Government Operations Committee and other House committees.

Please email your state representatives today and urge them to support regulating cannabis in 2019!

You can read a summary of the bill, as it was approved by the Senate, here.

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Vermont Senate passes bill to regulate and tax cannabis!

If you live in Vermont, contact your state representatives today — tell them it's time for Vermont to finish the job and regulate cannabis in 2019!

Today, the Vermont Senate passed S. 54 in a 23-5 vote. This bill would create a regulated and taxed market for cannabis in Vermont, allowing adults 21 and older to buy cannabis from retail stores instead of the illicit market.

Please email your state representatives today and urge them to support regulating cannabis in 2019!

You can read a summary of the bill here.

After you email your state representatives, please share this message with your family and friends and encourage them to join the Vermont Coalition to Regulate Marijuana!

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Half of Vermont Senate sponsors bill to regulate cannabis!

If you live in Vermont, contact your state legislators today — tell them Vermont needs to finish the job and pass a sensible cannabis regulation bill in 2019!

The Senate's bill to regulate and tax cannabis markets in Vermont has been introduced, and it is being sponsored by 15 senators — half of the 30-member Senate! You can read a summary of S. 54 here.

Please email your state legislators today and urge them to support this bill!

Senate leaders have already said they intend to pass the bill within the next few weeks, after which it is expected to face a somewhat more difficult path in the House. Gov. Phil Scott has not yet evolved in support of cannabis regulation, so we may need to earn support from two-thirds majorities in both the House and Senate in order to override a potential veto and pass the bill into law.

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