N.J. could legalize marijuana as early as 2018, Senate president says

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Spread the love TRENTON — Legalized marijuana could be “a game-changer” for New Jersey’s economy, Senate President Stephen Sweeney said Thursday, declaring his intent to help change the law as soon as the next governor takes office in 2018. Fresh off their

Recreational marijuana in N.J. is a question of when, not if | Editorial

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Spread the love Last anyone checked, 58 percent of New Jerseyans agree that we should legalize, tax, and regulate marijuana for adults, and it is now apparent that our public officials are eager to please a reform-minded electorate. Excluding Gov. Christie, of

Recreational marijuana for N.J.? Lawmakers to check out Colorado’s budding law

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Spread the love TRENTON — Senate President Stephen Sweeney and Assembly Majority Leader Lou Greenwald are among the nine lawmakers who are traveling to Colorado this weekend to witness the impact that legal marijuana has had on the Rocky Mountain state. Sen.

N.J. family in medical marijuana dispute with school appears on ‘The View’

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Spread the love TRENTON — The parents of a 16-year-old girl with epilepsy who have sued her school district to allow her to consume medical marijuana oil on school grounds took their battle to daytime television Monday by appearing on ABC’s “The

4th N.J. medical marijuana dispensary will open in October

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Spread the love TRENTON — The state Health Department announced Monday a new medical marijuana dispensary will open to the public next month. Compassionate Science Alternative Treatment Center, located in Bellmawr, is the second dispensary to open in south Jersey, and the