Gov. Jim Douglas (R) let S.7, the bill to improve Vermont's current medical marijuana statute, become law without his signature. This will help many suffering Vermonters by adding conditions under which patients can qualify to use medical marijuana. Previously, Vermont's law was the most restrictive of all the states with medical marijuana laws, because only patients suffering from cancer, HIV/AIDS, or multiple sclerosis could qualify. Under the new legislation, the state will add serious conditions that cause nausea, wasting, chronic pain, or seizures to the law. Do we have any patients from Vermont on the board?