FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

To receive medical marijuana treatment in Bridgeport, patients must have a qualifying condition and be a resident of the state with a valid Connecticut ID or driver’s license.

Possession limits for medical marijuana cardholders may vary based on their healthcare provider’s recommendation, but generally, cardholders can possess up to 2.5 ounces of marijuana.

Yes, medical marijuana cardholders in Connecticut are legally permitted to grow a limited number of cannabis plants for personal medical use, in compliance with state regulations.

Medical marijuana is not typically covered by insurance, and patients are responsible for paying out-of-pocket. However, some dispensaries may offer discounts or financial assistance programs for low-income patients.

Medical marijuana cards in Connecticut are usually valid for one year, after which patients must renew their card through the Department of Consumer Protection.

No, medical marijuana obtained legally can only be consumed within the state. It is illegal to take it across state lines, even if the destination state also has legalized medical marijuana.

Yes, smoking or vaping medical marijuana is prohibited in public places, workplaces, and on school grounds. Medical marijuana can only be consumed in private residences and it is illegal to consume it while operating a vehicle. Landlords and employers also have the right to prohibit its use on their property.

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