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Connecticut: Senate President Pro Tem Introduces Measure To Regulate Cannabis Possession and Commerce

Posted by on December 22, 2016

LegalizationSenate legislation has been prefiled for the 2017 legislative session to regulate the personal use and retail sale of marijuana by adults. Proposed bill 339 seeks to establish regulations regarding the licensed production and sale of cannabis.

Additional legislation specific to regulating the adult use of marijuana is also expected to be introduced soon in the House.

According to a March 2015 Quinnipiac University poll of Connecticut voters, 63 percent favor permitting adults to legally possess personal use quantities of cannabis. 

Enter your zip code below to contact your state lawmakers and urge them to support these reform efforts.

Connecticut is one of a growing number of states where lawmakers are considering regulating cannabis for adults. NORML will continue to update you in the coming weeks as this proposal moves forward during legislative session. Additional information is available from Connecticut NORML here.

National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws – Advocacy Campaigns

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