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Calling cannabis researchers: Connecticut’s Medical Marijuana Program will begin accepting applications for research proposals on medical uses of marijuana starting Oct. 1, a move that ultimately could make it easier for doctors to recommend MMJ and boost sales.

Eligible applicants include licensed medical marijuana producers and dispensaries, as well as hospitals, health-care facilities, and universities, according to

Hoping to strengthen Connecticut’s Medical Marijuana Program and create high-tech employment opportunities in the state, Connecticut’s legislature decided to allow medical marijuana research.

Connecticut’s Commissioner for Consumer Protection, Jonathan A. Harris, suggested that a medical marijuana research sector could help

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