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State green-lights four medical marijuana growers

By Hugh McQuaid

HARTFORD, Conn. — The state will allow four companies to grow marijuana at facilities in West Haven, Portland, Simsbury, and Watertown. The facilities will produce the cannabis to be sold to patients certified to use medical marijuana.

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Consumer Protection Commissioner William Rubenstein made the announcement Tuesday at a West Haven warehouse which will be converted into a growing facility by Advanced Grow Labs LLC. It’s one of the four companies that the Consumer Protection Department selected out of 16 applicants.

The other three companies include Connecticut Pharmaceutical Solutions, which has been approved to establish a facility in Portland, Curaleaf, to be located in Simsbury, and Theraplant, which will establish the Watertown facility.

Read the full story at CT News Junkie.

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One response to “State green-lights four medical marijuana growers”

  1. Bill

    I’ll still get my weed from Bridgeport, probably still cheaper than medicinal marijuana

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