Connecticut's legal adult-use cannabis market launched a week ago. The first day of recreational cannabis sales, Jan 10, went smoothly with seven licensed shops selling $251,276 in weed by 5. p.m.

For now, customers seeking recreational cannabis seem happy with the offering. However, medical marijuana users have a few complaints.

"There's a little bit of concern, obviously, because you do see a couple of changes, nothing too big, which were to be expected because of adult recreational," said Carmita Melendez reported News 8. "Second cut is something that used to be readily available, which isn't anymore, and I think that's just because of the demand they don't have that option anymore."

Employees at the Fine Fettle, which launched recreational sales at three locations last week, said cultivators can't keep up with the demand.

"I think some of our medical patients were used to having a …

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