On Wednesday, Gov. Phil Scott announced his decision on the fate of a marijuana legalization bill that had made its way to his desk. That decision was to veto the bill – but the governor also said there's potential to revisit marijuana legalization if certain changes are made by the Legislature, which is planning to hold a veto session in June.
VPR's Peter Hirschfeld joined Vermont Edition to fill us in on the governor's decision, and also explain what it would now take in Montpelier for marijuana legalization to still be a possibility this year.
Find Pete's story here: Gov. Scott Vetoes Marijuana Legalization, But Stays Open To Revisions
Listen to the conversation from Vermont Edition above. Broadcast live at noon on Thursday, May 25, 2017; rebroadcast at 7 p.m.