Vermont Legalization Overview
On January 22, 2018, Governor Phil Scott signed a bill into law which legalized the use and possession of marijuana for individuals 21 years of age and older, making Vermont the 9th state to legalize marijuana.
The other eight states - Colorado, Oregon, Nevada, Washington, Alaska, California, Massachusetts, and Maine - passed similar laws through voter-approved ballot measures. Vermont is the first state to legalize marijuana through legislation.
- The law will take effect July 1, 2018.
- The law does not set up a system to tax and regulate the production and sale of marijuana.
- Individuals 21 years of age and older may possess up to an ounce of marijuana and grow up to two plants in their home.
Next Steps for Vermont Residents
Learn How to Grow Marijuana
Since the law does not allow for legal sale of marijuana, learn how to grow marijuana with our Downloadable Cultivation Plan Template for a detailed explanation of each stage of plant production, including:
- Breeding (if applicable)
- Harvesting & Drying
Learn What Types of Marijuana to Grow
Educate yourself on the different types of marijuana you can grow and consume with our Downloadable Patient Education Plan, which includes information on:
- Different types of marijuana that benefit specific conditions
- Different forms of marijuana
- Proper dosing
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