Hartford Business Journal

January 14, 2019

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GREATER HARTFORD'S BUSINESS NEWS WWW.HARTFORDBUSINESS.COM VOLUME 27 • NUMBER 4 $3.00 JANUARY 14, 2019 THE LISTS: Co-working spaces in Greater Hartford and Largest 2018 commercial property sales in Greater Hartford Newsmakers Richard Cho, CEO, Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness. PAGE 3 Funding Crunch Greater Hartford Arts Council CEO Cathy Malloy discusses the struggle for new arts- and-culture dollars. PAGE 6 PAGE 14 Green Dilemma As the legal marijuana industry grows, cannabis dispensaries and producers still find access to financial services problematic. PAGE 10 PAGE 16 Progressive Fight The 2019 legislative session could be a tough one for employers, as an emboldened Progressive Caucus plans to push for wage and benefit mandates, and higher taxes on the wealthy. State Rep. Josh Elliott (D-Hamden) is a grocery store manager/owner and also one of the major influencers in the House's growing Progressive Caucus. HBJ PHOTO | STEVE LASCHEVER FOCUS: Real Estate More cities and towns have come to accept, or even embrace the medical marijuana industry, implementing new zoning rules in recent years that allow for dispensaries and production facilities.

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