A bill that would legalize marijuana for medical purposes for Connecticut residents is up for a debate in the state’s Senate.
The Connecticut House of Representatives has voted to legalize the medical use of marijuana for adults, creating a system that advocates say provides more protections than similar programs in other states.
The Connecticut House of Representatives is expected to take-up a bill that would legalize marijuana for specific medical purposes.
A bill that would allow Connecticut adults to legally use marijuana for medical purposes has easily cleared a key committee.
A bill that would allow adults to legally use marijuana for medical purposes, if the drug is prescribed by their doctor,has been advanced by the Judiciary Committee.
Marijuana advocates are targeting Connecticut as one of the states most likely to approve use of the drug for medical reasons, moving to build on momentum from the legislature’s recent decriminalization of small amounts of it.