Chris assesses President Obama’s reaction to the violence and upheaval in Egypt, Mayor Nutter’s handling of the school funding crisis and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s decision making process on medical marijuana legislation. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, Saturday Night Live’s Jay Pharoah, and Beasley Reece from CBS 3.
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.
A New Jersey Senate panel has approved a measure that would make it easier for children to have access to medical marijuana.
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.
Colorado and Washington have legally passed marijuana for recreational use. Should it happen here?
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.