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New Bill Would Legalize Cannabis in New Jersey

Lawmakers across the Northeast watched closely this week as adult-use sales kicked off in Massachusetts. Judging from their reactions, it seems Massachusetts won’t be alone for long. As the East Coast’s first stores prepared to open, neighboring Vermont—which legalized possession and personal cultivation in January but still prohibits retail sales—moved forward on a plan to […]

New Jersey Lawmakers Will Soon Vote on Legalizing Recreational Weed

The timeline for legal weed in New Jersey may have just sped up. According to key policy makers in the state, legislative bodies may start voting on legalization bills as soon as next week. Jumpstarting the Legislative Process Talk of a new timeline for beginning the legislative process recently came from the office of New […]

New Jersey Lawmakers Draft New and Improved Marijuana Legalization Bill

New Jersey could be moving toward a viable legalization bill. This week, local media sources received a copy of a new legalization measure that lawmakers think has a very good chance of passing. If the legislation is approved, New Jersey could soon implement some of the nation’s most progressive cannabis laws. New Jersey’s New Legalization […]

New Jersey Medical Marijuana Patients Will Now Be Able to Buy Vapes

New Jersey medical marijuana patients can now buy cannabis vaporizer products after a change in rules from the state Department of Health. Last week the department waived regulations that prohibited vape pens, cartridges, and similar cannabis products from being sold at state-licensed medical marijuana dispensaries, according to media reports. Until now, medical marijuana dispensaries in […]

53 Percent of NJ Voters Say Yes to Recreational Weed If It Lowers Taxes

A poll of voters in New Jersey has determined that more than half would be in favor of legalizing recreational cannabis if it resulted in lower taxes, according to a report in local media. In the survey, 44 percent of those polled said that they supported legalizing recreational cannabis for adults, while 31 percent said […]