Study: Legal marijuana in Connecticut would raise between $784M and $952M in state taxes in first five years

An employee tends to marijuana plants in a room in Simsbury’s Curaleaf cultivation facility, where marijuana is grown. A new study by a UConn economist says legalizing recreational marijuana in Connecticut would generate between $784 million and $952 million in new state tax revenue over five years.. (Brad Horrigan / Hartford Courant)

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