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TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey has 146 applications to choose from for six new medical marijuana dispensaries across the state, Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy said Wednesday.
Despite months of infighting and stalled negotiations, New Jersey's top lawmaker said Thursday the state Legislature could vote to legalize marijuana in the Garden State as early as next month.
The Murphy Administration today announced it is seeking up to six new applicants to operate medicinal marijuana dispensaries — two each in the northern, central and southern regions of New Jersey.
Movement for Marijuana Legalization As states continue to introduce legislation and initiatives to legalize marijuana, the Dispensary Permits team will keep you informed with our Weekly State
Update: The state may see nearly a hundred new medical marijuana dispensaries under a revised plan to expand the current medical marijuana program. Assembly Bill 3421 was passed last week by an
Marijuana could be legal in New Jersey as soon as April For an update on New Jersey' status, read our more recent blog. It’s looking like the Garden State is about to plant some new greenery.