Connecticut sets Jan. 10 launch for recreational cannabis sales

Seven retailers in Connecticut will ring up the first recreational cannabis sales in the state sometime after 10 a.m. ET on Jan. 10.

The state Department of Consumer Protection (DCP) informed the seven existing medical marijuana dispensaries they had “successfully completed the necessary steps for conversion to a hybrid license,” the agency announced in a statement.

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The seven dispensaries are:

Affinity Health & Wellness in New Haven. Bluepoint Wellness, Branford. The Botanist, Danbury and Montville (The Botanist is an Acreage Holdings subsidiary). Fine Fettle Dispensary, Newington, Stamford and Willimantic. Still River Wellness, Torrington. Willow Brook Wellness, Meriden.

Sales will be limited to a “a total of ¼ ounce of cannabis flower or its equivalent per transaction,” according to the DCP.

Connecticut legalized cannabis in June 2021, when Gov. Ned Lamont signed Senate Bill 1201 into law.

Annual sales could exceed $375 million next year,

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