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Registration Fee: $75,000 (Non-Refundable)

Connecticut State Department of Consumer Protection

Renewal Fee: $75,000 (Non-Refundable)

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Initial Application Fee: $25,000 (Non-Refundable)

Medical Marijuana Producer License

Application Fees:

All materials that are in support of a potential applicant for a Medical Marijuana Producer or Dispensary Facility License must comply with all requirements set forth in the Request for Applications. The Department has established an application process that is transparent, unbiased, and follows a set process. Supportive material may only be submitted with the application. Applications and supporting material must be hand-delivered in accordance with the instructions in the Request for Applications, together with a $25,000 application fee. Any material received outside the application process will not be considered part of the application. Failure to abide by the RFA process could result in disqualification of an applicant.

About getting your cannabis tested by a licensed dealer. How to send your product for testing.

Application for production of cannabis for your own medical purposes, facts about registration and safety considerations.

How much cannabis you can grow and store based on the regulations and your medical document.

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Recommended safety and security measures for production, storage and disposal.

Testing of cannabis produced by individuals

Information on getting an interim supply of cannabis and starting materials once you have registered.

Guidelines for registering to produce a limited amount of cannabis for yourself.

Requirements for possessing, storing and producing cannabis products.

Services and information

An example of the document needed from your health care practitioner to purchase from licensed producers.