CT House approves recreational marijuana bill; goes to Senate
The Connecticut House of Representatives has approved the recreational marijuana bill 76 to 62.
Lawmakers dropped key changes to the bill after Gov. Ned Lamont threatened to veto it.
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This isn't a done deal yet - the state Senate has to approve it before it goes to Lamont to sign.
The Senate is expected to vote Thursday.
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