Connecticut cannabis activists believe that legalization of recreational cannabis isn’t a matter of if, it’s a matter of when.

They’re anticipating the time when the Nutmeg State emulates neighboring Massachusetts.

These activists aren’t looking forward to getting high. They’re looking forward to helping entrepreneurs embrace the possibilities of the cannabis industry.

Kebra Smith-Bolden of New Haven is ready. As a registered nurse, Smith-Bolden is also director of two organizations that promote cannabis business ventures: Women Grow Connecticut (facebook.com/womengrowct) and Cannabis Consultants of Connecticut (ctcannsonsulting.com). She also is CEO of CannaHealth (cannahealthct.org), a cannabis health and wellness center in New Haven.

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Susan Dunne ~ Hartford Courant

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