Legalization advocates push for marijuana revenue to go to communities historically targeted by drug arrestsPosted by On



HARTFORD — The conversation around legal marijuana’s potential impact on communities of color is heating up as the state legislature moves toward legalizing the drug in Connecticut. Proponents of legalization advocate for policies that would direct revenue from pot sales to communities that have historically been victimized by marijuana drug arrests, while opponents argue legalization […]


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