Three years after passage of a law designed to create medical marijuana dispensaries in New Jersey, supporters say the Christie administration has done all it can to block the measure’s implementation.
Now that medical marijuana is legal in New Jersey, lawmakers are considering some new issues related to the measure.
A New Jersey Superior Court Judge has referred a case involving the state’s medical marijuana program to an Appeals panel.
New Jersey health officials are apologizing for an e-mail that went out this week to more than 400 participants in the state’s medical marijuana program.
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New Jersey’s first medical marijuana dispensary has opened for business.
Across New Jersey, most communities approached about hosting one of the state’s first legal medical marijuana dispensaries in out-of-the-way industrial zones have just said no, after outpourings of public opposition. Montclair is a different story.
Despite signs of high interest, only 18 patients have registered to use medical marijuana in NJ since the registry opened on August 9.
New Jersey’s medical marijuana program has started registering patients and caregivers.
The term “420″ is slang for marijuana and pot smoking.
New Jersey has issued its first permit for a nonprofit group to grow medical marijuana legally.
Greenleaf CEO Joe Stevens expected to be in business this past January, only to see that date pushed back to July by the state. Now, that date has been put off indefinitely, and Stevens has had enough.
Medical Marijuana, legalized in New Jersey two years ago, is still unavailable in the Garden State. But it now appears one of the non-profits licensed to grow and dispense the drug has reached a deal to set up shop in Atlantic County.
The governor says he’ll enforce the law as best he can but won’t force any New Jersey town to host a facility.
This time, the licensee is pondering going to court to get into business.