The microscope at the University of New Haven, set at 10-times magnification, shows a marijuana leaf covered with dozens of tiny bumps. It’s mold, and someone, somewhere could be smoking similarly contaminated pot and not have a clue.
Applications for licenses to produce and dispense medical marijuana in Connecticut are dominated by in-state entrepreneurs.
WATERBURY, Conn. (AP) - The owner of a medical supply company wants to grow and sell medical marijuana out of factory in Waterbury, and he has the support of the city’s mayor, a former police […]
The town of West Hartford has put the kibosh on medical marijuana, for now. West Hartford became the latest Connecticut town to halt medical marijuana from sprouting up. In a unanimous town council vote last […]
WATERTOWN, Conn. (AP) _ A mushroom grower is the second medical marijuana producer seeking a license in Watertown. The Republican-American reports (http://bit.ly/16TgmKR ) that Gregg Wershoven, owner of Mountaintop Mushrooms in Waterbury, has a lease […]
Connecticut’s Department of Consumer Protection commissioner says licenses won’t be granted to businesses involved in the state’s new medical marijuana program if the applicants don’t have approvals from the local communities where they want to locate.
The Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection is now accepting requests for applications for the state’s first medical marijuana producers and dispensary facilities. The Department plans to award between three and five dispensary facility licenses.The preferred […]
ANSONIA, Conn. (AP) _ Ansonia officials are saying no to medical marijuana, for the time being. The city’s planning and zoning commission voted unanimously Monday night to approve a one-year moratorium on any production or […]
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Members of the General Assembly’s Regulation Review Committee are meeting to consider proposed regulations that spell out the details of Connecticut’s new medical marijuana program. The bipartisan panel was scheduled to […]
Attorneys who advise Connecticut’s General Assembly are recommending that a legislative committee reject regulations needed to implement Connecticut’s new medical marijuana program.