Vermont Senate Bill 247 officially took effect Tuesday, making several improvements to the state’s medical cannabis program. Those improvements include removing a limit of 1,000 patients per dispensary, legalizing the distribution of medical cannabis via delivery and authorizing a study to determine whether post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) should be added as a condition that …
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