VERMONT LEGISLATURE APPROVES RECREATIONAL MARIJUANA BILL
Vermont is poised to become the first state in the country to legalize the recreational use of marijuana by an act of the Legislature.
The Vermont Senate gave final approval Wednesday to legislation that would make it legal for adults to possess and grow small amounts of marijuana in their home, and Republican Gov. Phil Scott is expected to sign it into law, according to the Burlington Free Press.
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