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Marijuana Weekly News Roundup

Paul Ausick

Vermont Close to Legalizing Marijuana
If the idea of legalizing marijuana in Vermont ever needs to go to a public ballot, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) has promised to support the proposal. But he’ll probably never have to feel that burn.

Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin (D) is on the side of those working to end the “prohibition” of marijuana, as he and Sanders put it, through the legislative process.

The Vermont Senate has approved S. 241, legislation that would put joints to the lips of law-abiding citizens.

Vermont K-9 units are also getting ready for a new day to dawn that is much more friendly to pot smokers. The Times Argus reported Vermont Police Academy K-9 classes are no longer teaching the animals to sniff out marijuana.

But the Vermont House could be a major buzzkill.

S. 241 would erase criminal penalties for adults who possess up to an ounce of marijuana. Growers and retailers who are licensed by the state could begin operations. And the Vermont treasury would get its taste from a 25 percent excise tax on all marijuana sales.


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Read more at Press Release Rocket.