Connecticut, my friends, is a state that's got it all - picturesque towns, rolling hills, and a rich history that spans centuries. But what if I told you that this Nutmeg State has the potential to become a hub for a new kind of tourism? That's right, my dear readers, cannabis tourism is on the rise, and Connecticut is poised to capitalize on this trend. Buckle up, folks, and … [Read more...] about Could CT Become A Cannabis Hotspot?
A Letter To Our Connecticut Governor
Dear Governor Lamont,I am writing to you to express my concern about the current situation of the marijuana industry in Connecticut. As you know, marijuana has been legalized in our state, which is a great step towards providing access to a safer alternative for people who use it for medical and recreational purposes. However, the current situation of the marijuana market in … [Read more...] about A Letter To Our Connecticut Governor
Particles Of The SuperNova
I've always been involved the world of marijuana. I always like to participate in things that could take it all to another level. So I got invited to a private party that was going to have various vendors, I knew I had to go.I decided to start my journey with a vendor who had been recommended to me by a friend. She was a brunette bombshell wearing red who had a great selection … [Read more...] about Particles Of The SuperNova
Patients Sit In The Back Of The Bus
Well, well, well, look who’s taken a backseat in the medical marijuana industry - none other than the patients themselves! Yes, you heard that right. In Connecticut, medical marijuana patients are spending more money than recreational users, yet they seem to be receiving less attention and care from the industry.It's quite an interesting phenomenon, isn't it? You would think … [Read more...] about Patients Sit In The Back Of The Bus
Consumer Protection Releases February Cannabis Sales Data
HARTFORD — The Department of Consumer Protection announced today that new preliminary data shows combined sales for adult-use cannabis and medical marijuana totaled more than $18.4 million for the period from Feb. 1, 2023, to Feb. 28, 2023, the first complete calendar month since adult-use sales began. The adult-use market recorded $7.02 million in sales during the month of … [Read more...] about Consumer Protection Releases February Cannabis Sales Data
Stratford seeks more public input on first proposed cannabis store
STRATFORD — The public will have one more chance to weigh in on plans to open the town’s first hybrid dispensary to sell recreational and medical marijuana. The Stratford Zoning Commission will once again listen to opponents and supporters of the proposed store during a meeting at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, March 22. The public hearing, which began last month, was continued after … [Read more...] about Stratford seeks more public input on first proposed cannabis store
Medical cannabis customers express concerns about product availability amid launch of popular recreational market
HARTFORD, Conn. — Cannabis is a budding business in Connecticut. And now there are signs that’s its popularity is negatively impacting the people who need the product most. Eileen Kopec of Groton said, “I have rheumatoid arthritis. I have severe pain. I need the higher concentrated items to treat my particular concerns.” Kopec is one of many medical cannabis patients who … [Read more...] about Medical cannabis customers express concerns about product availability amid launch of popular recreational market
Bureaucracy for bud? CT cannabis ombudsman would give medical users a voice, advocate hopes
Packaged cannabis products at Fine Fettle dispensary In Newington, Connecticut October 17, 2022. Since recreational cannabis sales became legal in Connecticut this year, medical cannabis consumers have complained about there not being enough supply to serve both them and retail customers. The complaints come as the state Department of Consumer Protection (DCP) reports … [Read more...] about Bureaucracy for bud? CT cannabis ombudsman would give medical users a voice, advocate hopes
Could eliminating 280e lower pot prices?
Section 280E of the Internal Revenue Code disallows deductions or credits for any expenses related to the sale of illegal drugs, including marijuana, which is still considered a controlled substance under federal law.Presently, this federal tax regulation still applies to marijuana firms operating legally in the United States under state law. As a result, they are not permitted … [Read more...] about Could eliminating 280e lower pot prices?
The Hartford Curaleaf Party
It was a historic day in Hartford, Connecticut! Curaleaf, a leading cannabis company, was throwing a party on March 4th to celebrate the launch of their recreational marijuana sales in the state. What could be more exciting than that? Oh wait, I know – throwing a party just two blocks away from a prison where people are serving time for pot offenses! How thoughtful of Curaleaf … [Read more...] about The Hartford Curaleaf Party