Vermont Accepts Applications for Cannabis Control Board
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Vermont Accepts Applications for Cannabis Control Board

Gov. Phil Scott is calling for applicants for the new, three-member board, which will establish and regulate an adult-use cannabis industry in the state.

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December 17, 2020

Vermont Gov. Phil Scott is calling for applicants for the new, three-member Cannabis Control Board that will establish and regulate an adult-use cannabis industry in the state, according to a WRGB report.

The board will be comprised of one chair and two members, which will be appointed by the governor after being vetted by the Cannabis Control Board Nominating Committee, the news outlet reported.

Vermont legalized the commercial production and sale of adult-use cannabis in October, after decriminalizing the possession and cultivation of small quantities of cannabis in 2018.