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Bridgeport law firm Pullman & Comley’s best guess for when Connecticut’s retail cannabis business will start is mid- to late-2022.
"It’s like we’re going from being Wikipedia to being Amazon.” So says Harry DeMott, a New Canaan resident and entrepreneur whose company Proper expects to...
Outgoing Mayor David Martin said he couldn't imagine how either of his successors -- State Rep. Caroline Simmons or Bobby Valentine -- could “mess this up."
“Practically anyone over 35 has chronic pain of some kind, and they may not want to be taking an opioid or Advil every day," says Curaleaf Dispensary Manager Dr. Stacia Woodcock of the increasing ease of qualifying for a medical marijuana card.
"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.
Following the House's passage of an amended bill, the state Senate will vote upon it for a third time.
“This proposal opens the floodgates for tens of thousands of previously ineligible applicants to enter the adult-use cannabis industry," said Lamont Chief of Staff Paul Mounds.
As Gov. Ned Lamont promised, there are no new major tax increases.
Senate Bill 1118 would allow the purchase and possession of marijuana at age 21, beginning Jan. 1, 2022.
The share of U.S. jobs requiring an occupational license increased from 5% in the 1950s to 22% in 2020.
It won’t be “Smoke ‘em if you got ‘em” at many businesses.
Approval of Gov. Ned Lamont’s job performance rose from 55.9% to 57.3%.
"They could be really valid ideas," Fiorello said of Democratic proposals, "(but) do they have to be mandates?”
The bill would allow adults 21 and older to possess up to 1.5 ounces of cannabis and purchase products from licensed stores, which could open as early as May 2022.
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