Vermont during 2004 passes a law legalizing the use of medical marijuana. Qualifying medical conditions include;  Cancer; HIV or AIDS; Multiple Sclerosis; Seizures; Severe pain; Cachexia or wasting syndrome; and Severe nausea. Vermont Medical Marijuana Patient’s may possess a limit of two ounces of usable marijuana. May home cultivate no more than nine plants, of which no more than to may be matured for use. The State has up to four operational State-Licensed Dispensaries. They home deliver lawfully. Vermont Medical Marijuana Patient’s may possess a limit of two ounces of useable marijuana. May home cultivate no more than nine plants, of which no more than to…
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