Connecticut: Sixteen Vie To Open Medical Marijuana Dispensaries, Some With Multiple Sites

HARTFORD — Sixteen applicants have submitted the 19 proposals for new medical marijuana dispensaries in Connecticut, as the state seeks to increase the number from six to as many as nine, according to a list released by the state.

Three applicants have submitted proposals for multiple locations, and one — Angelo DeFazio, who now operates one of the six existing dispensaries, in Hartford — is seeking to open a second location.

The state is compiling the applications, which needed to be submitted by Friday, and did not release the proposed locations of the dispensaries. The state is focusing on New Haven and Fairfield counties where there are the most registered patients and the fewest dispensary options.

Another applicant — Connecticut Pharmaceutical Research Center LLC — is listed at 47 Main St. in Portland, the same address as one of the state's four medical marijuana producers, Connecticut Pharmaceutical Solutions. It was...

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