Hartford Business Journal

March 8, 2021

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Pot Debate Employers are more open to recreational marijuana legalization, but concerns over drug testing, other issues persist. Page 17 Expanding Market As lawmakers debate health insurance reforms, Cigna plans to re-enter CT's small group market. Page 14 Deal Watch As two downtown Hartford Capitol-area buildings empty out, officials eye possible residential redevelopment. Page 4 GREATER HARTFORD'S BUSINESS NEWS WWW.HARTFORDBUSINESS.COM VOLUME 29 • NUMBER 7 $3.00 MARCH 8, 2021 Joint Accounts With marijuana legalization on the table, many CT lenders may sit on the sidelines. Page 20 HBJ PHOTO | STEVE LASCHEVER Pharmacist Ray Pantalena operates a Connecticut medical marijuana dispensary that does business with one of the few credit unions that provides services to the industry. Focus: Banking & Finance Out-of-state banks are deepening their Greater Hartford footprints. Page 22 THE LISTS Largest out-of-state banks in Connecticut Largest in-state banks Largest 2020 commercial property sales in Greater Hartford

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