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.
Ned Lamont says that he believes Connecticut could generate between $150 million and $200 million if they legalize adult use cannabis and sports betting at the same time.
Bucking the hiring trend of the past 30 years, companies have stopped drug testing potential employees for marijuana.
In Illinois, voters overwhelmingly voted for a non-binding referendum in support of legalization. Find out about that more in our weekly marijuana legislative roundup.
As surrounding New England states legalize recreational marijuana, Connecticut lawmakers have been under pressure to explore legalization.
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