Rutland likely to vote on retail marijuana sales
RUTLAND, Vt. (AP) - Voters in Rutland will likely decide at a town meeting in March whether to allow retail marijuana sales in their community when those sales become legal in Vermont next year.
The Rutland Herald reports the select board voted 4-0 this week to have the town attorney draft a ballot article.
This year, more than two dozen Vermont cities and towns held Town Meeting votes in March and most approved retail marijuana sales.
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