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.
Medical Marijuana Study At Connecticut HospiceThe goal is to improve pain management and reduce opioid use
State Authorizes Medical Pot Research Program At Saint FrancisOfficials from the state Department of Consumer Protection and Saint Francis Hospital today are announcing that the hospital has been approved to conduct medical research involving marijuana.
Advocates Celebrate Expansion Of Medical Marijuana LawOfficials gathered Thursday for a ceremonial bill signing for a law expanding Connecticut's medical marijuana program to children with certain debilitating illnesses.
New Law Allowing Minors To Use Medical Marijuana Starts SaturdayChildren will be allowed to use medical marijuana in Connecticut beginning October 1 when a new law recently passed by the legislature and signed by Gov. Malloy goes into effect.
Registration For Medical Marijuana Patients Under 18 BeginsRegistration began Thursday for patients under the age of 18 in Connecticut, seeking medical marijuana to treat debilitating medical conditions.
Connecticut Moves Toward Okaying Medical Marijuana For YouthConnecticut lawmakers are moving closer toward allowing qualified patients under 18 years old to use medical marijuana to treat their debilitating illnesses.
Teen Who Moved Out Of State For Access To Medical Marijuana DiesA 13-year-old medical marijuana advocate who moved from Connecticut to Maine so she could access cannabis to treat a rare form of epilepsy has died.
Parents Say Children Would Benefit From Medical MarijuanaParents with children who suffer from debilitating conditions went before the legislature's Public Health committee today.
Is Marijuana Addictive?With many states now pushing for the legalization of marijuana, its potential as an addictive substance is hotly debated. Advocates claim that the drug is not addictive, while opponents commonly label it as a gateway drug.
Delays Possible On Medical Marijuana PermitsBusinesses considering applying for new medical marijuana permits in Connecticut's largest city may have to wait a while.
New Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Needed Connecticut is expanding the number of medical marijuana dispensaries as the number of registered patients continues to increase.

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