"CT Republicans propose suspending cannabis sales, banning edible sales as part of plan to tighten regulations"
Alison Cross, Hartford Courant Tue, January 24, 2023 at 2:58 PM MST·4 min read
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Connecticut House Republicans introduced legislation that would tighten restrictions on the state’s cannabis market, including an outright ban on edible cannabis sales.
At a press conference in Hartford Tuesday, Republican lawmakers expressed concern over an anticipated increase in impaired driving fatalities, pediatric cannabis overdoses, and health risks after recreational cannabis sales became a reality. They said