Benzinga Staff Writer
In addition to no longer being among the country's higher-paying blue-collar jobs, the company is not attractive to workers.
Connecticut just became the 18th state in the union to legalize marijuana for recreational purposes and the 4th just this year.
Connecticut is on the verge of becoming the 18th state to legalize marijuana for recreational purposes.
The southeast Asian country continues to have the harshest cannabis laws in the world, including the death penalty for convicted drug traffickers.
Possession of up to 14 grams will now be categorized as a misdemeanor rather than a felony.
Under the submitted guidelines, one-third of all retail licenses would be reserved for those disproportionately affected by the drug war.