Steven Bourgoin, who consumed marijuana and other drugs in October 2016 before his car collided with another car and killed all five teens inside, was sentenced to 30-years-to-life Monday afternoon. Is it enough?Read more
Bia Diagnostics has invested in equipment that can test for THC level, foreign substances etc.Read more
Reported child marijuana poisoning rose from 29 to 68 after Massachusetts legalized medical marijuana.Read more
Residents of this Rutland County town will get a look next week at the proposed ordinance to prevent pot establishments in case the Vermont Legislature approves legal sales next year.
Princeton Review annual survey of 140,000 students says UVM is #1 pot school in nation - and Champlain College is #14.Read more
Killington, and now Clarendon, have banned medical marijuana dispensaries. Clarendon wants to revise the ordinance it passed last month.Read more
A Vermont judge has declined to offer a new trial to Steven Bourgoin, convicted of second-degree murder in the killing of five Vermont teens in October 2016. Was Bourgoin so high on marijuana and other drugs that he might have been insane at the time?Read more
A public hearing will be held August 20. Can towns stop medical marijuana dispensaries from locating there? What will this mean if Vermont passes retail marijuana?Read more
Tom Anderson, VT Director of Public Safety and strong opponent of tax & regulate marijuana, has resigned. He said he's moving to Washington DC to support his wife's career. Did he wear out welcome with insistence on pot-related highway safety?Read more
Newspapers have asked judge why lawyers for Steven Bourgoin, convicted of killing five teenagers in 2016 car accident while high on marijuana and other drugs, want a new trial. Judge won't say. It's our courthouse - don't we have a right to know? If not, why not? Mike Donoghue reports in Rutland Herald.