Connecticut‘s Medical Marijuana Program allows for the legal possession, use, growing, and distribution of medical marijuana within Connecticut. Patients who obtain a physician recommendation for medical marijuana may legally posses an amount of usable marijuana reasonably necessary to ensure uninterrupted availability for a period of one month, as determined by the Department of Consumer Protection. Patients may use medical marijuana legally in their private residence, and obtain Connecticut cannabis from a certified primary caregiver. Connecticut medical marijuana patients are not permitted to legally grow medical marijuana plants in their own private residence. Connecticut medical marijuana patients may not sell medical cannabis to other medical marijuana patients. A marijuana license does not guarantee immunity from workplace restriction on the use of medical marijuana; or housing restriction on the possession, growing, or use of medical cannabis. Driving under the influence of cannabis is prohibited under the Medical Marijuana Program. Connecticut does not share reciprocity with other medical marijuana states. Potential Connecticut medical cannabis patients should consult with a physician, or medical cannabis registration company, to determine qualification to use medical marijuana in Connecticut.