New Jersey lawmakers get the necessary votes to rewrite recently proposed medical marijuana regulations.
Senators in New Jersey voted yesterday to change regulations set by Gov. Christie’s medical marijuana administration. With a 22-16 margin, the administration now has 30 days to rewrite the regulations that were proposed on December 3rd. Among those restrictions, the existing administration include making New Jersey the only state to cap the amount of THC in the medicine. This comes months after the state legalizes marijuana for medicinal use.
As always, we will continue to bring the news on this story as it develops for all you medicating Greenies over in the Garden State.