Medical Marijuana in Vermont
Medical Marijuana in Vermont
Are you looking to get your medical marijuana in Vermont? The talented team of doctors here at CalmEffect are here to help guide you through every single step of the process.
Keep reading to learn the calm effect and how to get your card for Medical Marijuana in Vermont.
Vermont - Qualifying Conditions:
Qualifying Conditions are as follows:
- Multiple sclerosis;
- Crohn’s disease;
- Parkinson’s disease;
- Or the treatment of these conditions, if the disease or the treatment results in severe, persistent, and intractable symptoms;
- PTSD, provided the applicant is undergoing psychotherapy or counseling with a licensed mental health care provider; or
- A disease or medical condition or its treatment that is chronic, debilitating, and produces one or more of the following intractable symptoms: cachexia or wasting syndrome; chronic pain; severe nausea; or seizures.
With a growing roster of Doctors who can prescribe cannabis all over Vermont, CalmEffect is ready to help. Learn how you can get your medical card in Vermont by filling out the form on this page.
By following these steps, if your doctor recommends medical marijuana as a solution for your condition and unique symptoms, you'll be eligible for a medical marijuana card with access to our growing roster of dispensaries across the entire state. Mail-order and walk ins are available.
If you are ready to start your journey with Medical Marijuana in Vermont, we are here to help you.
Where to Buy Marijuana in Vermont
Visit our Marijuana Dispensary Locations Page for Vermont to find out where you can access your meds.
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10/8/20 - Vermont Gov. Phil Scott (R) is allowing a bill to legalize marijuana sales to take effect without his signature after hinting in recent days that he was considering vetoing it. He also signed separate legislation to expunge prior cannabis convictions.
10/7/20 - With just a day left to take action on a marijuana sales legalization bill that’s been on his desk since last week, Vermont Gov. Phil Scott (R) said he still hasn’t made up his mind about signing or vetoing it.
10/6/20 - A coalition of civil rights and criminal justice reform groups—including the ACLU of Vermont—is urging Vermont Gov. Phil Scott (R) to sign marijuana sales legalization and expungements legislation into law. The organizations are pushing back against others that say he should veto the cannabis commercialization bill because it doesn't go far enough to ensure racial equity in the industry.
10/5/20 - Vermont Gov. Phil Scott (R) again expressed racial equity concerns about a marijuana sales legalization bill that’s on his desk—suggesting he might veto it and force lawmakers to start the cannabis legislation process over in January. He has until Wednesday to act on the current proposal. “I want to reflect on some of the concerns. Racial equity is important to all of us. I want to reflect them on what they’re saying versus what actually happened in the bill. And again, we can address this come January and, as with a lot of legislation, it will need some help, assistance and repair.”
10/1/20 - The fate of a bill to legalize marijuana sales in Vermont is in question after Gov. Phil Scott (R) cited new racial justice and equity concerns during a debate. “In terms of the pot bill, I haven’t made up my mind about that. I have received a lot of groups—racial equity groups—that are asking me to veto it. I was leaning towards letting it go, but I’m really questioning that at this point. I want to hear and listen from them.”
9/23/20 - The Vermont Senate voted to send bills to legalize marijuana sales and expunge prior cannabis convictions to the desk of Gov. Phil Scott (R). The governor last week praised the process by which the final cannabis commerce proposal was negotiated, so advocates are hopeful he won’t veto it.
9/21/20 - Vermont Gov. Phil Scott (R) seems pleased with the process that led to a new marijuana sales legalization bill that just passed the House—though he stopped short of committing to sign it. One more vote in the Senate this week will put it on his desk.
9/18/20 - The Vermont House of Representatives voted to approve a bill to legalize marijuana sales. After an expected Senate vote on the bicameral compromise next week, the legislation will finally head to the governor’s desk.
9/16/20 - The Vermont House of Representatives gave its final approval to a bill to facilitate marijuana expungements and allow people to possess and grow more cannabis without the threat of jail time.
9/14/20 - The Vermont House of Representatives advanced a bill providing for expungements of marijuana convictions and letting people grow and possess more cannabis without the threat of jail time than is currently allowed.
9/7/20 - Vermont House and Senate negotiators made significant progress toward a deal on a bill to legalize marijuana sales at their latest conference committee meeting. One outstanding issue of cannabis tax rates remains, and lawmakers plan to resolve it by the middle of this week. Also, Vermont regulators released a FAQ about the state's hemp program.
9/1/20 - A Vermont legislature conference committee met again to work on resolving House and Senate differences on a bill to legalize marijuana sales. The House didn’t have its counterproposal ready yet for senators to consider, so the bicameral panel will meet again on Friday.
8/31/20 - The Vermont chapter of prohibitionist group Smart Approaches to Marijuana appears to have revealed the personal cell phone number of the state's House speaker in a mailer urging people to call her as the legislature finalizes a legal cannabis sales bill. The postcard, which attempts to argue that marijuana damages the environment, also includes pictures of dead animals.
8/25/20 - Vermont lawmakers took another step toward finalizing a bill to legalize marijuana sales, with the Senate making a proposal to the House on bridging the differences between the two chambers’ versions. Separately, lawmakers reached a deal on cannabis conviction expungements legislation.
8/20/20 - A joint committee of Vermont House and Senate lawmakers met to negotiate differences between versions of a bill to legalize marijuana sales. They want to finish it this month, but a heated dispute about the unrelated issue of seat belts could upend the whole plan.
6/5/20 - The Vermont Senate voted to double the amount of marijuana that can be possessed and grown without the threat of jail time. The bill also provides for expungements of prior cannabis convictions.
5/18/20 - Vermont's House speaker floated pushing back the roll-out of legal marijuana sales to delay initial operating costs of a system that would be created under legislation lawmakers plan to give final consideration to by the end of the year.
5/12/20 - Vermont’s House speaker said that while lawmakers are currently focused on the coronavirus response, they will be taking up the matter of finalizing legislation to legalize marijuana sales before the year ends. A conference committee to merge versions passed by the Senate and House has been appointed but hasn't yet met.
3/30/20 - Vermont regulators said medical cannabis dispensaries can remain open under a coronavirus stay-at-home directive issued by Gov. Phil Scott (R) but are being encouraged to do phone and online transactions, and are allowed to do parking lot pickups. Patient, caregiver and dispensary staff registrations are also being extended for 90 days.
3/17/20 - The Vermont House of Representatives appointed members to a conference committee that will resolve the differences between marijuana legalization legislation passed by the body and the Senate.
2/27/20 - The Vermont House of Representatives amended and approved a Senate-passed bill to legalize marijuana sales in the state. Following another procedural vote on Thursday, the two chambers will work to reconcile the differences between their versions.
2/10/20 - Vermont Gov. Phil Scott (R) said lawmakers are "moving in the right direction" with marijuana sales legalization legislation but that he still has concerns about provisions to combat impaired driving.
1/30/20 - The Vermont House of Representatives referred a marijuana sales legalization bill to the body's Government Operations Committee, where it is expected to be amended to include input from other panels. Separately, the Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets submitted public comments on proposed federal hemp rules.
1/28/20 - Vermont Gov. Phil Scott (R) is “at the table” in ongoing negotiations about legislation to legalize marijuana sales, the state’s House majority leader said in a new interview.
“I think there’s a lot of interest from the governor on this bill and even use some of the funding for some of his programs and ideas, taking some of the money that would come from a taxed system for marijuana.”
1/16/20 - Vermont Gov. Phil Scott (R) seems more and more open to legalizing marijuana sales after years of reluctance, and now appears to be counting on cannabis revenue to support an after-school program he’s pushing. One key lawmaker said he wants to get a bill to the governor's desk by early March 2020.
1/9/20 - Vermont's Senate president said he expects the legislature to approve a bill to legalize marijuana sales, and the House speaker said she won't block its advancement even if she doesn't support it yet.
1/8/20 - The Vermont House Committee on Government Operations discussed legislation to legalize marijuana sales, while the House Committee on Natural Resources, Fish, and Wildlife is set to consider the environmental impact of cannabis regulation.
Vermont Medical Marijuana Doctors: Our Service Areas
Our roster of Medical Cannabis Doctors are ready to serve you in these areas and more. Once connecting with a Doctor through Calm Effect, you will have access to our roster of medical marijuana dispensary locations:
Our informed advisors can connect you with a Medical Marijuana in Vermont Doctor and the medical marijuana dispensary closest to you.
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