Editorial: A Necessary Change In Conn.'s Practice Book Rules

The Connecticut Law Tribune

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As everyone in Connecticut who reads a newspaper knows, in the spring of 2012 the Connecticut legislature legalized medical marijuana in this state. The Department of Consumer Protection has put in place regulations to govern the use, production and sale of medical marijuana that are clear, thorough and strict.

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    What a shame that this is happening any where in our country, let alone our own state.

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