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