A North Jersey couple who helped change state law to get Medical Marijuana for their ailing toddler is pulling up stakes and moving to Colorado, so the child can get the help she needs.
Democratic state Senator Daylin Leach – who’s also running for Congress in Pennsylvania’s 13th district – has long been a champion of legalizing marijuana. But this time, he says he’s picked up a Republican Senator who will co-sponsor his legislation to legalize marijuana for medical purposes.
Compassionate Care Foundation is tucked back in an industrial park in Egg Harbor Township. No walk-ins are allowed; it’s by appointment only.
The facility, called the Compassionate Care Foundation and located in Egg Harbor Township, will be the first to serve South Jersey residents.
A second medical marijuana dispensary in New Jersey is scheduled to open later this month. It will be the first dispensary south of Trenton.
Operators of South Jersey’s first Medical Marijuana facility have yet to open their doors and they’re already planning to expand.
Compassionate Sciences says it will be opening a facility in Bellmawr both for growing medical marijuana and for treating patients.
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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has agreed to give chronically ill children easier access to medical marijuana.
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More than 2,000 letters were delivered to Christie’s office on behalf of Vivian Wilson, a two-year old girl from North Jersey who suffers from a rare form of epilepsy that can only be relieved by ingesting marijuana.
Electronic cigarettes were made to help people stop smoking, but some have found an alternative use for them.
New Jersey lawmakers have advanced a bill that would make it easier for children with certain medical conditions to have access to medical marijuana.
New Jersey officials have cleared a second facility to start growing medical marijuana, this one in Egg Harbor, Atlantic County. Prescriptions could start being filled there as soon as this fall.