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The Healing Corner Inc
Bristol CT
1367


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Prime Wellness of Connecticut LLC
South Windsor CT
1365
Our mission is to offer a clean, safe, and comforting facility for patients to obtain their medicine.
Prime Wellness of Connecticut is now open and seeing patients for consultations. Initial consultations are free at PWCT. Book yours today to avoid further delay in receiving t...



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D & B Wellness, LLC Compassionate Care Center of CT or CCC
Bethel CT
1364
D & B Wellness, LLC Compassionate Care Center of CT or CCC is a Connecticut based business focused on professional, compassionate practices and community improvement. Our goal is to responsibly and successfully contribute to the Connecticut Medical Marijuana Program and to the f...
D & B Wellness, LLC Compassionate Care Center of CT or CCC


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Bluepoint Apothecary LLC
Branford CT
1363



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Arrow Alternative Care Inc
Hartford CT
1362



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Thames Valley Apothecary LLC
Montville CT
1366
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The Weed Blog | 8/30/18
 Connecticut Approves Eight New Qualifying Conditions for MMJ Program



Connecticut Approves Eight New Qualifying Conditions for MMJ Program
Connecticuts Regulation Review Committee voted to add several new medical conditions for adult patients as well as for younger people suffering from muscular dystrophy and brittle bone disease. Adult patients will now be able to use medical marijuana to treat a series of conditions that produce a great deal of pain including migraines, intractable headaches, rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, facial pain and post-therapeutic neuralgia. This new round of additions brings Connecticuts MMJ qualifying conditions up to thirty. Connecticut officials do not have an exact number....
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| July 22, 2018
 Study: States Decriminalizing Marijuana Doesnt Increase Youth Usage Rates, Decreases Drug-Related Arrests by 75


Anthony Martinelli

In a study of five states that have decriminalized marijuana, it was found that decriminalization did not increase usage rates among children in any state, and it led to a massive decrease in drug arrests.
A number of public health professional organizations support the decriminalization of cannabis due to adverse effects of cannabis-related arrests and legal consequences, particularly on youth, begins the abstract of the study, published by the International Journal of Drug Policy. We sought to examine the associations between cannabis decriminalization and both arrests and youth cannabis use in five states that passed decriminalization measures between the years 2008 and 2014: Massachusetts decriminalized in 2008, Connecticut 2011, Rhode Island 2013, Vermont 2013, and Mary....
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