State Receives Medical Marijuana Dispensary Applications

HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) – If you’re prescribed medical marijuana, it could get a little easier to get a prescription filled.  That’s because the the state received 19 new applications for medical marijuana dispensary facilities Friday.  Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection Commissioner Jonathan Harris mad the announcement.  He said “We are pleased with the number of applications received and are ready to begin our comprehensive review process.”

Applications were in response to the Department’s Request for Applications, for proposed locations in New Haven or Fairfield Counties, which was issued in June.


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