The nation’s first federally approved study to see if medical marijuana can ease pain for those with terminal illnesses is under way. Advocates hope it will make patients less reliant on opioids.
Robert Ticer is no fan of legalized recreational marijuana.
State officials are warning residents of the dangers of synthetic marijuana after a tainted batch sent a dozen people to the hospital in Willimantic.
Proposing measures to create a “second chance society,” Governor Malloy this week got more relevant than ever to life as it is actually lived in Connecticut.
Nearly two years after it was legalized, the first sales of medical marijuana were rung up in Connecticut Monday, ending more than 80 years of a wide-ranging ban on the substance.
State officials announced the sites of four medical marijuana-growing facilities Tuesday, which they say will serve patients who cannot find relief from other treatments.
Monroe planning and zoning officials are considering a moratorium on marijuana dispensaries as they figure out Connecticut’s new state medical marijuana law.
Sen. Len Fasano, R-North Haven, and Rep. Vince Candelora, R-North Branford, were among those on the committee who voted against the regulations.
Can medical marijuana distributors advertise their product? (Yes, but with certain restrictions). How much can they charge? (Market forces will determine prices).
To all appearances, Connecticut is well on the way to making medical marijuana available to people who are suffering from certain serious illnesses.