Vermont Says Yes
Vermont is set and ready to begin plans to roll out its recreational adult cannabis program. The bill passed through the legislation only process which is historical in its own right since this measures wasn't kicked to an initiative ballot vote for the Vermont citizens. Vermont will join Colorado, Washington, California, Alaska, Oregon and Nevada as recreational a recreational state. Vermont will join Connecticut, New York, Maryland and Rhode Island with Massachusetts to legalize in mid 2018 to enacted a marijuana program on the east coast. This roll out comes on the hills of Jeff Sessions news last week to rescind the Cole memo. It would seem the industry is still united and stronger in its March towards the total end to cannabis prohibition.
All eyes will be on the deep southern state to join Florida a day Texas in enacting some sort of cannabis program for their medical and recreational users.
It looks like 2018 to be a target year for non legal states to take a look at the monetary impact of legal state. With millions being made in legal states it would seem a matter of time before more states join the cannabis union.
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