Connecticut Adults Can Officially Start Growing Cannabis For Personal Use Under Legalization Law

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Read more Connecticut Adults Can Officially Start Growing Marijuana For Personal Use Under Legalization Law Marijuana Moment Connecticut adults 21 and older can officially start growing their own marijuana plants for personal use on Saturday, one of the latest provisions of the state’s cannabis legalization law to take effect. Ned Lamont (D) signed in 2021:  Adults 21 and older can cultivate up to six cannabis plants (only three of which can be mature) for personal use. Regardless of how many adults live in a shared space, the household plant limit is maxed out at 12. After the marijuana is grown and harvested, regulators are urging adults to store the product in child-resistant packaging.

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Connecticut adults 21 and older can officially start growing their own marijuana plants for personal use on Saturday, one of the latest provisions of the state’s cannabis legalization law to take effect.

The state Department of Consumer Protection (DCP) published a notice on Tuesday to remind the public about the policy change, detailing the rules and encouraging people who choose to participate to cultivate cannabis “responsibly.”

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