Connecticut Becomes 18th State To Legalize Recreational Marijuana
Many marijuana-related criminal convictions will be expunged and some profits will go to communities disproportionately affected by illegal marijuana.
Connecticut is now the 18th state to legalize recreational marijuana. The new law will go into effect next week.
Under the new measure, many marijuana-related criminal convictions will be tossed out and some profits will be directed toward the communities disproportionately affected by illegal marijuana.
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