As a deadline looms in Connecticut for businesses to apply for recreational marijuana licenses, regulators say applications are flooding in.
With less than a week to go before the cutoff, the state consumer protection department – Connecticut’s marijuana regulator – has received 4,715 applications for the eight different businesses types, according to the New Haven Register.
Two-thirds of those applications are for retail marijuana licenses, with nearly 2,000 new applications arriving in the past week.
Applications are due May 4 for marijuana store licenses.
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