Timeline: This Fall’s Vermont Cannabis Control Board Rulemaking

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Monica Donovan 29 Nov 2021

MONTPELIER — Industry hopefuls followed Vermont Cannabis Control Board announcements this fall with bated breath, as the regulatory body made major decisions around the licensing and regulation of the state’s future adult use cannabis retail industry.

It can be hard to casually follow so many ongoing developments, and not everyone could attend every meeting, so here’s a quick summary of this fall’s CCB developments in timeline format, along with links where you can learn more about each one. We’ve made this short and sweet for easy reference. Here are Rules 1 + 2:

In March, Governor Phil Scott appointed the members of the Control Board.

The CCB has been meeting since May, and appointed its Advisory Committee members in August.

    • CCB presents its proposed licensing fees to the House Committee on Ways and Means.
    • The first and second proposed rules for the Vermont Cannabis Control Board were pre-filed with the Vermont Legislature the week of November 24.
    • Rule 1: Licensing Fees. Full Text PDF of Rule 1
    • Rule 2: Licensing Regulations. Full Text PDF of Rule 2
  • JANUARY 2022
    • The Cannabis Control Board’s report will be reviewed by the full Legislature in January.
    • On January 15, 2022, the Board will report to the legislature regarding additional license types, online ordering and other assorted rules.

More VT Licensing Resources


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