Cannabis updates in Connecticut sent to Governor

Connecticut asks Governor to approve several updates to cannabis law

Connecticut lawmakers have recently sent several bills to Governor Ned Lamont that will update the cannabis laws in the state. Among the list of changes include allowing businesses to deduct businesses expenses that would otherwise not be allowed due to the federal illegality of cannabis. Connecticut lawmakers also approved a bill that will establish a new Office of the Cannabis Ombudsman that will serve as a go-between state regulators and cannabis consumers in the state. These actions come after Connecticut patients experienced supply issues during the rollout of adult-use cannabis and neighboring states such as Massachusetts gave cannabis businesses the same kind of update in their tax rules. According to reporting from Marijuana Moment Governor Lamont has indicated a willingness to sign the bill that includes the tax proposal based on a public statement.

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