300 people approved for medical marijuana

Hundreds of Connecticut residents are now using marijuana to treat their medical conditions. The state Department of Consumer Protection says it approved 300 people for

The state is considering another 150 for the

The state is considering another 150 for the program.

HARTFORD - Hundreds of Connecticut residents are now using marijuana to treat their medical conditions.

The state Department of Consumer Protection says it approved 300 people for the program and another 150 are still being considered.

The state still has to resolve some issues with the law, such as how it's produced and distributed.

Those recommendations are due by July 1.

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