US (CT): Cannabis business left in the lurch as regulators give second chances for licenses

After giving hope to denied cannabis companies last week, Connecticut regulators said they sent feedback on Monday that would allow applicants another chance at licensure — at least one company is left waiting as the state's cannabis industry grows.

The Connecticut Social Equity Council tasked itself with notifying seven previously denied cannabis license applicants to resubmit the ownership and control sections of their applications in its Sept. 26 meeting, though a notice for Leaf CT, LLC was delayed.

Leaf CT had not received notice of the reversal as of Wednesday morning, according to Mary Miller, legal representative for the company and shareholder at Reid and Riege, P.C.

"We'd actually expected to receive some sort of mail last week," Miller said on Wednesday morning. "But the council didn't give it a definite time, so we were glad to see the vote went through. We're confident we will get a notice at some point, but as far as I checked with my client this morning, he still hadn't received it."

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