INSA CT receives first social equity cultivator license
According to the Hartford Business Journal the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection recently issued their first provisional social equity cultivator license. The license was granted to INSA, a Massachusetts based cannabis company, after successfully passing background checks and paying the $3 million dollar licensing fee. Clara Jackson is named in paperwork as the CEO of INSA CT. Jackson is a social equity applicant with a 65% stake in the company. In July INSA was among the first sixteen applicants approved by the Social Equity Council.
Learn more from the Hartford Business Journal here: https://www.hartfordbusiness.com/article/ct-issues-first-preliminary-license-for-recreational-marijuana-industry