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The state’s Cannabis Regulatory Commission adopted its first set of rules and regulations for adult-use cannabis businesses on August 19, bringing the state one step closer to legal cannabis sales.
New Jersey lawmakers approved a resolution on Monday and voters will now see a referendum for marijuana legalization on the state’s 2020 ballot in November.
Governors from four Northeastern states met Thursday, October 17, 2019, to collectively reach preliminary agreements regarding unified plans for their states’ cannabis policies.
As legalization of recreational marijuana appears as though it will not pass this legislative session, Governor Phil Murphy has submitted an executive order to amend the state's medical marijuana
Movement for Marijuana Legalization As states continue to introduce legislation and initiatives to legalize marijuana and open marijuana business opportunities, the Dispensary Permits team will keep
Upcoming Marijuana Business Opportunities as New Jersey Lawmakers Advance Marijuana Legalization Bill
On November 26, 2018, both the state Senate and Assembly budget committees voted to advance the New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory and Expungement Aid Modernization Act (Act) to legalize recreational
With demand for medical marijuana surging in New Jersey, Gov. Phil Murphy in July called for a doubling of the state's program, from six dispensaries to as many as 12.
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.