Gov. Phil Scott speaks to reporters on June 22, 2017, the day after a legal marijuana compromise between Scott and lawmakers failed to pass the House of Representatives. APRIL MCCULLUM/FREE PRESS
A book about medical marijuana lies on a table on Dec. 4, 2015, in the office of University of Vermont pharmacology professor Wolfgang Dostmann in Burlington. The College of Medicine is offering a new class on the science of medical marijuana. UVM is one of the first accredited academic programs in the country to offer a pharmacology class on medical cannabis. Professors said they are hampered by a lack of research on the topic.(Photo: Lisa Rathke/AP)
A new health clinic in Vermont is aiming to make it easier for people to get registered to use medical marijuana.
Vermont Public Radio reports that Canna Care Docs has been operating in Burlington for about two weeks.
Nearly 5,000 people are currently registered to use medical marijuana in the state, but the company