The state Supreme Court will hear arguments on whether a state employee fired for smoking marijuana on the job was punished too harshly.
A Connecticut marijuana bust has turned into a potential precedent-setting case on whether apartment and condo dwellers have the same rights as house owners when it comes to police using drug-sniffing dogs outside their homes.
A group of Connecticut lawmakers have banded together in an iron pipe swinging effort to end prohibition in the Land of Steady Habits.
Connecticut judges have granted more than 80 percent of requests to erase marijuana possession convictions since the state decriminalized small amounts of pot in 2011, state Judicial Branch records show.
Thousands of people busted in Connecticut for marijuana possession now have the right to get their convictions erased after the state Supreme Court ruled Monday that the violation had been downgraded to the same legal level as a parking ticket.