This week's all-encompassing Quinnipiac University poll showed that "Connecticut voters support - 68 percent to 27 percent - a proposal to allow adults to use marijuana for medical purposes, with a physician's prescription," according to a press release issued by the poll.
The General Assembly’s Judiciary Committee voted 35-8 in support of the bill Wednesday, reported CBS Connecticut.
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