Almost 20 Vermont towns vote allowing leisure cannabis sales

Voters in Vermont’s city that is biggest, Burlington, as well as the state capital, Montpelier, and at least 16 other towns approved recreational cannabis sales in their communities.

At least 27 cities and towns went to the polls Tuesday to decide whether to allow recreational cannabis businesses, the VTDigger that is montpelier-based.

The votes had been carried out as an element of the state’s annual Town Meeting Day, whenever communities decide regional problems such as for example whether or not to raise home fees or how exactly to invest the budget that is municipal

The Vermont Legislature drafted a marijuana that is recreational that became legislation final October, however it calls for towns and towns to accept of leisure licensees conducting business of their boundaries.

Recreational product sales aren’t anticipated to start in Vermont until 2022 at the earliest.(* october)

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