Senate passes medical marijuana, elections bills – Yale Daily News

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Two landmark pieces of legislation passed Connecticut’s Senate on Saturday, sending the legalization of medical marijuana and a package to reform the state’s voting system to the desk of Gov. Dannel Malloy.

Four charged with marijuana possession in York County – The Herald | HeraldOnline.com

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A Catawba man claims he was robbed at gunpoint last week while buying marijuana from two men. Deputies received a call from a woman who said her brother was being held at gunpoint, according to a York County Sheriff’s Office report.

Connecticut to Legalize the Sale of Medical Marijuana – The Atlantic Wire

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Connecticut is about to become the latest state to legalize the sale of medical marijuana. After ten hours of debate, the Connecticut senate passed a bill with a vote of 21-13 early Saturday morning that would legalize the sale of medical marijuana

Connecticut Senate passes medical marijuana bill – msnbc.com

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updated 5/5/2012 11:16:26 AM ET 2012-05-05T15:16:26 HARTFORD, Connecticut (Reuters) – The Connecticut Senate passed a bill on Saturday legalizing marijuana use for medical purposes with tight restrictions aimed at avoiding problems that have plagued some of the 16 other states where pot is now legal.

Connecticut Senate engages in long debate over medical marijuana – Boston Herald

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By Daniela Altimari  / The Hartford Courant Sunday, May 6, 2012 – Added 2 minutes ago H ARTFORD, Conn.-The Connecticut Senate was locked in a marathon debate late Friday on a bill to legalize and regulate the medical use of marijuana.

Medical Marijuana Bill On Track To Become Law Oct. 1 – MENAFN.COM

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Medical Marijuana Bill On Track To Become Law Oct. 1 HARTFORD, May 06, 2012 (The Hartford Courant – McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX) — Connecticut is poised to become the 17th state to permit the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes following a 21-13 vote in the Senate early Saturday after nearly 10 hours of often-passionate debate. Sixteen other states and the District of Columbia have passed laws allowing for medical marijuana.

Conn. Senate passes medical marijuana bill – WTNH

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HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — The Connecticut Senate granted final approval early Saturday to a bill that would allow the use of medical marijuana and includes strict regulations for the cultivation and distribution in an attempt to avoid problems other states have run into when legalizing the plant for medical use

Conn. aims to avoid states’ medical marijuana woes – San Francisco Chronicle

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(05-05) 12:09 PDT Hartford, Conn. (AP) — Connecticut lawmakers’ approval of the use of medical marijuana includes strict regulations for the cultivation and distribution in an attempt to avoid problems other states have run into when legalizing the plant for medical use. The bill, passed early Saturday by the state Senate, is headed to Democratic Gov.

Conn. aims to avoid states’ medical marijuana woes – Fort Worth Star Telegram

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By SHANNON YOUNG Associated Press HARTFORD, Conn. — Connecticut lawmakers’ approval of the use of medical marijuana includes strict regulations for the cultivation and distribution in an attempt to avoid problems other states have run into when legalizing the plant for medical use.

A new eatery for medical pot smokers opens in S. Ore, but police have their … – Newser

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After scraping together a mound of zucchini, broccoli, beef, pineapple and noodles on a big round Mongolian grill, Kevin Wallace measured out a shot of grapeseed oil infused with hashish and poured it over the steaming food, setting off a sizzle. Thirteen years after Oregon became one of the first states to make medical marijuana legal, Wallace and business partner Michael Shea think they’ve found a way to fit in the big gray area between making a living from medical marijuana and going to jail

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