Smoking Marijuana Triples Risk Of High Blood Pressure Death, Study SaysA new study is warning that people who smoke marijuana have three times the risk of dying from high blood pressure than those who don't.
Court: Landlord's Permission Not Needed For Marijuana SearchConnecticut's Supreme Court says police didn't need a homeowner's permission for a warrantless search that led to the discovery of a marijuana crop in a greenhouse on his Canterbury property.
Lawyer: Marijuana Prohibition Laws UnconstitutionalA Connecticut lawyer is hoping his arguments in a drug case eventually are used by attorneys across the country to fight marijuana charges and bans on pot possession.
Clinton Pot BustPolice found numerous marijuana plants in the home, some which had been harvested
House Debate But No Vote On Recreational Pot BillHouse Speaker says the debate was important because the issue could be raised again in special session
60-year-old Arrested In Large Manchester Pot BustA 60-year-old woman, and a 33-year-old man are charged with trying to pick up 11 pounds of pot that a delivery service had dropped at the Manchester home of an unwitting person.
Suffield Police Warn About Concentrated PotSuffield police have issued a warning about concentrated marijuana, which they say is a growth industry in the region.
Pot Legalization Proposal Draws Mixed ReviewsLegislative committee hears testimony on a bill to legalize recreational marijuana
Drugs And Weapons Found During Traffic Stop In ClintonOfficers found marijuana,knives and a machete in the vehcle
NEW EPISODE: Healthy Rounds - Using Cannabis for Acute Pain ManagementDr. Alessi discusses innovative management of acute pain, including the use of cannabis, with Dr. James Feeney, Associate Director of Trauma Services at St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center.
Marijuana Legalization Hasn't Hurt Alcohol Sale, Study FindsResearch finds that marijuana legalization actually benefits alcohol sales rather than harming it.
Doctors' Panel Endorses Four More Conditions For Medical MarijuanaA state committee of doctors today endorsed adding four new conditions, to the list of medical problems that can be legally treated with marijuana.