Cannabis Control Board
The three-member Cannabis Control Board was appointed in March 2021 and has begun working to write regulations. Its members say they are committed to creating a diverse and equitable marketplace.CCB Members
Who Are The Members of the Vermont Cannabis Control Board Advisory Committee?
Board Members and Statutory Positions (A) one member with an expertise in public health appointed ...
Vermont Cannabis Control Board Announces Advisory Committee Members
MONTPELIER — The Cannabis Control Board has officially seated its full, fourteen-member advisory committee. The advisory ...
MyNBC5: Cannabis Control Board hears from health experts about teen access to pot
MONTPELIER — Vermont’s Cannabis Control Board heard from experts Thursday about how to prevent teens ...
Two Vermont Dispensaries Acquired by Canadian Company SLANG in $25 Million Merger
Cannabis consumer packaged goods company SLANG Worldwide Inc. is on its way to a merger ...
WCAX: Cannabis Control Board hits the ground running
Originally published on WCAX, reported by Calvin Cutler BURLINGTON — Facing a full plate of work ...
Vermont Senate Committee on Committees Seeks Applicants for Cannabis Control Board Advisory Committee by Wednesday, June 23rd
Act 164 of 2020 launched the creation of a regulated cannabis market in Vermont. The Cannabis Control ...
Vermont Cannabis Control Board Hires Brynn Hare as Executive Director
MONTPELIER — The Cannabis Control Board voted unanimously today to hire Brynn Hare as Executive Director ...
Vermont Governor Signs Cannabis Social Equity Bill Into Law
MONTPELIER — Vermont Governor Phil Scott has signed legislation into law that will provide financial assistance ...
Defining the Difference: Vermont Hemp Program and the Cannabis Control Board
MONTPELIER — Recently, officials with the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets (VAAFM) Hemp Program ...
Vermont Cannabis Regulators Commit to Social Equity
MONTPELIER — The Vermont Cannabis Control Board will prioritize equity as it begins to build a ...
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Vermont CCB Full Cannabis Control Board Meeting: Friday, September 17
September 17 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
The Cannabis Control Board will convene at 10am to discuss the week’s sub-committee proceedings. ...
420 Game Night THE RETURN @ Magic Mann Cafe in Essex (CBD ONLY!)
September 17 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Please join us for another special 420-themed game night at the amazing Magic Mann Cafe ...
Burlington Vets Town Hall 2021
September 19 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Veterans are invited to speak, unscripted, about what their service means to them. Non-veterans are ...
Vermont Cannabis Control Board Meeting: August 18, 2021
August 18, 2021 Vermont CCB Meeting Details: Agenda Documents Shared During Meeting: Gina Kranwinkel: NACB Proposed Sub-Committee ...
Vermont Cannabis Control Board Meeting: August 11, 2021
August 11, 2021 Vermont CCB Meeting Details: Agenda DRAFT Minutes
Vermont Cannabis Control Board Meeting: July 29, 2021
July 29, 2021 Vermont CCB Meeting Details: Agenda Video Recording Documents Shared During Meeting: Robin Joy: Measuring ...
Vermont Cannabis Control Board Meeting: July 22, 2021
July 29, 2021 Vermont CCB Meeting Details: Agenda Minutes Video Recording Documents Shared During Meeting: CCB Advisory ...
Expungement & Possession Updates
In October 2020, the legislature also passed — and Gov. Scott signed — a bill that requires the automatic expungement of all cannabis possession offenses, and decriminalized possession of cannabis in amounts about twice the legal limit. It took effect on January 1, 2021. You can read a summary of S. 234 here.
Cultivation up to 9 plants — 3 mature and up to six immature — became a civil penalty starting on January 1, 2021
As of July 1, 2018, adult cultivation in private of up to six cannabis plants — two mature and up to four immature — is no longer punishable by a criminal or civil penalty. Those who cultivate cannabis for their own personal use may possess at home the total quantity of their harvest.More VT Laws
Possession of 1-2 ounces became a civil penalty starting on January 1, 2021.
As of July 1, 2018, possession of one ounce or less of cannabis by a person 21 years of age or older, is no longer punishable by a civil penalty or fine.
Learn more about possession, sale and cultivation laws and penalties in Vermont.More VT Laws
Penalties for Possession, Sale and Cultivation of Cannabis in Vermont
Detailed chart outlining penalties for different levels of possessions, sale and cultivation of cannabis in the state of Vermont, including updates for 2021.
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