The Hartford Courant’s Zach Melvin reports that Connecticut’s medical marijuana program has now reachesd 4,000 registered patients.
“Connecticut now has more than 4,000 registered medical marijuana patients, new figures from the state Department of Consumer Protection show.
The Medical Marijuana Program, which began last fall, had 4,097 registered patients as of June 5, up from 3,600 in April and 2,300 in September.
The number of registered patients, while steadily increasing, is still far below the 20,000, by one manufacturer’s estimate, who could be served by the four medical marijuana manufacturers and six dispensaries.”
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