Connecticut governor to sign medical marijuana bill

The Connecticut Legislature sent a bill allowing use of medical marijuana to Gov. Dannel Malloy, who said he would sign it. Malloy said the bill would "avoid the problems encountered in some other states." Laws permit the use of medical marijuana in 16 states, and supporters of the Connecticut plan say their legislation regulates the drug more tightly than other states do.

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