Poll: CT voters support medical marijuana, Sunday alcohol sales

A new Quinnipiac University poll released this morning finds the majority of Connecticut voters support medical marijuana and Sunday alcohol sales. The survey found that

HARTFORD - A new Quinnipiac University poll released this morning finds the majority of Connecticut voters support medical marijuana and Sunday alcohol sales.

The survey found that 54 percent of people questioned say the state should scrap the current law banning sales on Sundays.

It also shows that 68 percent of voters support allowing medical marijuana in the state.

State lawmakers are currently discussing legislation that would allow medical marijuana and Sunday alcohol sales in Connecticut.

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