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"This website will be an important resource for people who have questions about the new law or who might be interested in starting a new business in this market," said Gov. Ned Lamont.
According to the state Department of Consumer Protection, as of May 2 there were 11,925 registered medical marijuana patients in Fairfield County.
The guide is available in seven languages.
The agencies noted the receipt of more than 1,000 consumer complaints about Frontier since June 2015.
If approved by the state Department of Consumer Protection, the deal will give Curaleaf control of three of the state’s 18 dispensaries.
“Restaurants are not buying a lot of kegs these days,” one craft brewer noted wryly.
The bill leaves room for individual municipalities to determine their own policies when it comes to allowing retail sales of marijuana within their jurisdictions, but they would not be allowed to prevent delivery services from operating within their borders.
As of Dec. 22, there were 38,421 registered medical marijuana patients in Connecticut, with 8,362 of those in Fairfield County.
The violations ranged from the sale of alcohol to a minor to brawling on the premises.
One of the conditions, Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, is a group of disorders that affect connective tissues and can be painful.
Dr. Naeem Sarfraz reached an agreement in 2017 with the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection to stop prescribing controlled substances.
The Connecticut Farm Bureau Association, which supported the bill’s passage, estimates that an acre of hemp could generate 500-1,500 pounds of dried flowers worth $37,500-150,000.
The money is meant to help offset the state’s regulatory costs for Tribal Winds Casino, the complex that MMCT Venture plans to build in East Windsor.
The medical marijuana program in Connecticut has grown significantly since the last time new facility licenses were awarded in January of 2016.
The application for the 3,000-square-foot facility now goes to the state Department of Consumer Protection, which oversees the licensing process.
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