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Connecticut drug laws

HARTFORD, Conn. — The Connecticut Supreme Court ruled 4-1 that a white man lacks standing to sue the state on claims that its drug laws unconstitutionally target minorities. The man failed to show a specific and personal interest in the underlying equal protection challenge to the state’s criminalization of the sale of marijuana because he is not Black or Hispanic.

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