HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Connecticut’s continuing fiscal woes, coupled with a new law that fully takes effect next year in neighboring Massachusetts, have prompted state lawmakers to take their most serious look yet at possibly legalizing the recreational use of marijuana for adults. Several bills with bipartisan support that sanction the retail sale and cultivation of pot are currently progressing through the General Assembly. The first bill drew dozens of supporters last week at a Public Health Committee hearing, many lauding the legislation as a way to regulate an illegal industry and potentially deliver millions of dollars for the...Read More
After a wildly successful 2016 for marijuana reform, more than two dozen measures to legalize recreational marijuana for adult use have been introduced in 17 states so far in 2017. Will Connecticut be the next state to Legalize in 2018? In the fall, three other states joined Massachusetts in passing recreational pot ballot measures: California, Maine and Nevada. Four other states — Alaska, Colorado, Oregon and Washington — have legalized marijuana through ballot initiatives as well. But this year lawmakers in 17 states — Connecticut in the top 3, with Minnesota and Hawaii among them — have become emboldened enough to introduce more...Read More
As it stands right now, there are 8 states that have voted to legalize marijuana, along with America’s capital. Every single one of the those states has legalized marijuana via a citizen initiative. For those that are not familiar with initiatives, in some states citizens can gather enough signatures to put marijuana legalization on the ballot. Colorado, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Washington D.C., California, Nevada, Maine and Massachusetts – all of them legalized marijuana via that process. With no potential initiatives being voted on in 2017, all eyes in the marijuana reform world have pivoted towards state legislatures. The question...Read More
Connecticut has been making impressive progress in the area of medical marijuana and is now ready to open up to recreational, if the state’s majority has its way. Democratic Senate President Pro Tempore Martin Looney recently introduced a bill, which if it passes, would enable Connecticut to join fellow New England states of Massachusetts and Maine, where ballot initiatives passed in November. “There seems to be a national trend moving in that direction,” Looney said, according to the Wall Street Journal. That’s for sure. Eight states now have legalized recreational weed. But Gov. Dannel Malloy, also a Democrat, opposes the...Read More
CONNECTICUT STILL RANKS THE HIGHEST IN COUNTRY FOR CONCENTRATE PRICES!! $120-$140 per gram Flower Market Analysis: The Kind and Mids indices held steady in November, finishing the month within $3 of their October averages. The US Price Index experienced the biggest drop this month, falling $9, while the Schwag Index saw the largest gain, closing October $20 above its previous average. Haze returned to the top five submitted strains for the first time since June. CURRENT US PRICE INDEX: $321 (last month: $330, Year-to-Date: $312) CURRENT KIND INDEX ($350+ PER OZ): $377 ($374, $373) CURRENT MIDS INDEX ($150-$349 PER...Read More
Let CT Patients Grow Medication
Let CT Patients Grow Medication Petition
Connecticut Medical Marijuana Prices on the Rise it is time Connecticut Patients move forward to push the laws to Grow their own Medication in this state. Some patients cant afford the prices Connecticut Growers & Dispensaries are charging their patients. Connecticut is in such a bad place i’am sure that the benefits of all out legalization won’t be ignored. But there is no reason why we shouldn’t be allowed to grow our own medicine instead of being limited to what the big growers are selecting for us. There is such a large variety of strains available and different strains effect others differently. The dispensaries could also benefit from this if they are allowed to sell seeds and clones to patients or caregivers. Lets try and keep our Medical Marijuana Program in CT is going in the right direction instead all about profit and not compassion and caring. Don’t make it about the mighty dollar. So Let Patients Grow their own Medical Marijuana and heal themselves! Speak up! Keep Medication Affordable! Complain at your local dispensary today!
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