Other states are looking to Connecticut as a role model for how it has implemented its medical marijuana program. So says Jonathan Harris, Commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection. Appearing this week on Brad & Dan, Harris stated:
“We get called all the time to ask how our pharamaceutical model works, how it’s regulated.”
Harris says more than 15,000 adults have registered for medical marijuana at an annual cost of $100. Now that children who qualify for treatment can register, the commissioner says that number is somewhere between 10 and 20.