CONNECTICUT – As part of new legislation going into effect in July, residents of Connecticut will be able to increase the amount of cannabis plants they cultivate and own, Fox 61 reports.
Under the new regulations, Connecticuters are now permitted to cultivate three mature plants and three immature plants within the confines of their own homes. Consumers are also required to securely store the plants, ensuring that only they have access to them.
Additionally, the cultivation limit for cannabis plants in a household has been set at a maximum of 12 plants.
Among a number of other laws taking effect July 1st, those registering as medical marijuana patients with the state are relived of the $100 fee that was previously required.