Patients with migraines, rheumatoid arthritis and muscular dystrophy soon will be able to treat their ailments with medical marijuana in Connecticut.
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Connecticut lawmakers have advanced a recreational marijuana bill out of committee, setting up the state legislature to vote on legalizing the substance in the state for the first time.
The addition of three more conditions to Connecticut's medical marijuana program cleared another hurdle Friday.
HARTFORD — The new age of marijuana research in Connecticut begins in less than a week, when the Department of Consumer Protection begins taking applications for proposals to expand job opportunities and possibly set new standards for the plants and their hundreds of active ingredients.
HARTFORD – There won't be a vote on legalizing marijuana for recreational use in Connecticut this year but that didn't stop supporters and opponents from speaking out at an informational hearing at the Capitol Tuesday.
HARTFORD – Legislation has been introduced that would legalize the recreational use of marijuana for people 21 and older.
PLAINVILLE Conn. (WTNH) — A Plainville man claims discrimination after being told his medical marijuana was to blame for his counseling sessions ending.
Michael Purcell uses marijuana as medication. He is one of the 5,357 Connecticut residents who have been given state permission to legally use marijuana as a medication.
His severe arthritis led him to try painkillers and other medication. The post traumatic stress associated with the pain got him a doctor’s permission to use pot.
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