Law360 (June 9, 2021, 11:03 PM EDT) — Connecticut lawmakers voted Wednesday afternoon to hold a special session to debate a marijuana legalization bill after Republicans said they would filibuster it if the bill came up in the last day of the session.
The bill, which would expand Connecticut from a medical-only state to full legalization, will be brought back up for a vote at the special session and is expected to pass in both the state’s Senate and House, according to a spokesman for House Speaker Matthew Ritter.
Because Connecticut has a tradition of unlimited debate and several Republican members of the House indicated that they would seek…
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