Connecticut legalized the use of marijuana for medical reasons nine years ago, in 2012.
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As Connecticut sits on the verge of legalizing marijuana for recreational use, one Colorado lawyer is warning it will spell trouble here.
As the recreational marijuana bill heads to Gov. Ned Lamont’s desk for approval, anyone who will want to get into the pot business will need a license.
With Governor Ned Lamont expected to sign the recreational marijuana bill into law, Connecticut police agencies are gearing up to find the best practices to keep drivers safe.
A recreational marijuana bill took a major step toward becoming law, but the governor threatened to veto it over an eleventh-hour amendment.
State lawmakers will kick off a special session at the state capitol Tuesday morning to hash out the details on two critically important topics: The budget and recreational marijuana.
HARTFORD, CT (WFSB) - Lawmakers will be back at the state capitol this week for unfinished business.
As lawmakers continue to debate the legalization of recreational marijuana, many are wondering how Connecticut will police against drivers who are under the influence.
Connecticut lawmakers will return to the state Capitol on Wednesday for a special session to take up a bill that would legalize recreational marijuana.