The state of Connecticut has just crossed a big hurdle in potentially legalizing marijuana by passing an important bill.

The General Assembly’s Appropriations Committee voted 27-24 on Thursday in favor of the legislation and it now awaits going to the House of Representatives.

According to Rep. Juan Candelaria (D) of New Haven, the measure is “a work in progress.”

The bill requires various state agencies to develop a plan for regulating the drug and submitting it to the General Assembly by Oct. 1 of this year.

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