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Chapter 420b. Dependency-Producing Drugs
Sec. 21a-279a. Limits for legal possession of cannabis. Penalty for illegal possession. Calculation of amount and equivalencies.
Sec. 21a-279c. Exceptions for seeking medical assistance for medical distress from use of cannabis.
Sec. 21a-279d. Cannabis given by one consumer to another.
Chapter 420h. Regulation of Adult-Use Cannabis
Sec. 21a-420. Definitions.
Sec. 21a-420a. Purchase, possession, display, sale or transportation of cannabis legal.
Sec. 21a-420b. Enforcement of violations of federal law related to cannabis.
Sec. 21a-420c. License required for sale, offering or delivery of cannabis.
Sec. 21a-421ccc. Possession of cannabis in dwelling unit or private property by person under twenty-one.
Sec. 21a-422o. Regulation of cannabis in the workplace. Definitions.
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