Cannabis entrepreneurs, customers and communities are increasingly concerned about equity — whether there really is room for everyone.
The change means an increase for substances tested at one of the state’s labs and a decrease at the other, equalizing the two labs.
Existing medical-use growers and retailers could be the first to offer recreational marijuana in the market, but several hurdles remain.
A bill that would ban the practice of gifting cannabis in commercial settings is now headed to the CT Senate.
The Attorney General’s Office has approved the proposed change. Now, it’s up for discussion in a legislative committee.
At a public hearing, supporters said the bill would help regulate sales, but some advocates were wary that it would re-criminalize marijuana.
The 215 census tracts were identified based on drug convictions and unemployment rates.
The Social Equity Council is expected to influence how Connecticut’s new cannabis industry will address the historic harms of criminalization.
Possession of small amounts of recreational marijuana becomes legal in Connecticut on July 1.
The Connecticut Senate voted 16-11 for final passage of a bill legalizing the production, sale and use of recreational cannabis.
The House of Representatives voted Wednesday for legislation that would create a legal market for recreational marijuana in Connecticut.
Chaos at Capitol: Veto threat delivered during Senate debate
Legislative leaders declined to expand the special session beyond marijuana legalization and a budget implementation bill.
Whether motivated by altruism, opportunism or both, a proposed shortcut to a cannabis cultivation license did not go well.
The House speaker pledged passage of a bill legalizing recreational marijuana in the next 7 to 14 days.