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Connecticut Speaker of the House Matt Ritter, D-Hartford, pulls up his mask during session at the State Capitol, Monday, April 19, 2021.
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The Connecticut House is to take action on the state’s next two-year budget on Tuesday — just 24 hours before the legislative session ends. That leaves little time to debate contentious bills that are pending, including marijuana legalization.

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This weekend Connecticut lawmakers might take action on a bill that would legalize the adult recreational use of pot.

Steven Senne / AP

With two weeks left in their legislative session, Connecticut Democrats say they are close to a deal with Governor Ned Lamont on a bill that would legalize the adult use of recreational marijuana.

Jim Mone / AP

Nearly a dozen Black and Latino faith leaders have called on Connecticut lawmakers and Governor Ned Lamont this week to oppose the legalization of recreational marijuana.

Jim Mone / AP

Farmers in New York that hope to grow recreational marijuana might be out of luck this planting season. The state might not authorize the planting of that kind of cannabis for another year or more.

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