Marijuana legalization passes legislature, heads to Gov. Scott's desk

With the House and Senate’s passage of S.22, a bill that legalizes the possession of up to one ounce of marijuana and two mature (and four immature) marijuana plants per household, marijuana legalization now moves to the Governor’s office

Yesterday (May 11) a letter signed by the presidents of the AAPVT and VMS, and the chief of UVM Children’s Hospital, called on Gov. Phil Scott to veto the legislation.  View the letter here

Options for Action

If you are concerned with the legalization of marijuana consider using your voice to encourage Gov. Scott to veto S.22.  You can do that by:

1) Calling Gov. Scott’s office at (802) 828-3333; or, 

2) Send him a message via his website.   

With your voice, we can help protect the health of our children and the safety of our roadways.

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