Murphy Administration Seeking Up To Six New Dispensaries To Expand Access To Medicinal Marijuana

Murphy Administration Seeking Up to Six New Dispensaries To Expand Access to Medicinal Marijuana

NEW JERSEY: 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. “We look forward to the opening of six new dispensaries so we can ensure that all qualifying patients who want access to Read the full article…

OPINION: Marijuana Legislation In New Jersey

New Jersey is poised at the brink of an era ready for common sense, modern, post-prohibition style drug policy and the legalization of marijuana.

By: Jamel Holley, NJ Assemblyman Led by our dynamic Union County State Senator, Nick Scutari, New Jersey is poised at the brink of an era ready for common sense, modern, post-prohibition style drug policy and the legalization of marijuana. Admittedly, I was skeptical during the early stages of this discussion, concerned about the well being Read the full article…

Study: Cannabis Use Associated With Lower Risk Of Atrial Fibrillation Among Patients Hospitalized For Heart Failure

Cannabis Use Associated With Lower Risk Of Atrial Fibrillation Among Patients Hospitalized For Heart Failure

NEW YORK: Cannabis exposure is associated with lower instances of atrial fibrillation (arrhythmia) in patients hospitalized for heart failure, according to data published in the American Journal of Cardiology. A team of investigators from Seton Hall University, the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and elsewhere assessed the relationship between cannabis exposure and atrial fibrillation in a cohort of nearly four million Read the full article…

Hemp Farmers Association To Launch May 8th

The U.S. is unquestionably the largest market for hemp products

NEW JERSEY:  The Hemp Farmers Association has announced the launch of a nationwide 501(c)5 industrial hemp association specifically designed to educate, support  and protect hemp farmers through best growing practices, shared research, and vetted vendors allowing for farmers to feel more confident in farming hemp. According to an association press release, the group’s sole mission is the Read the full article…

Interest Remains High For Investment At New Jersey Cannabis Symposium

Money and investment were the theme at the second nj cannabis symposium

By Stu Zakim A crowd of over 300 Cannabis investment enthusiasts attended the second edition of the NJ Cannabis Symposium in Newark NJ last week to hear two panels discussing the financial and investment opportunities that are and will be available to people involved in the Cannabis industry in New Jersey. The hottest topics during the networking Read the full article…

NJ MJNews: Murphy Administration Expands Patient Access to Medical Marijuana, Lowers Fees For Patients and Caregivers

Beginning today, New Jersey will finally have a medical marijuana program that is compassionate, progressive, and patient-friendly.

Approves New Medical Conditions for Treatment and Allows Current Dispensaries to Open Satellite Locations NEW JERSEY: Governor Phil Murphy has announced major reforms to New Jersey’s Medicinal Marijuana Program. Reforms include the addition of medical conditions, lowered patient and caregiver fees, allowing dispensaries to add satellite locations, and proposed legislative changes that would increase the monthly product Read the full article…

Legal Marijuana In New Jersey: Implications For Justice, Health And The Economy

The event was organized by BlueWaveNJ in partnership with New Jersey United for Marijuana and Reform (NJUMR) and UUFaithActionNJ

By Stu Zakim NEW JERSEY: As New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy and the State Legislature beginning debate on reforms to our cannabis laws, a lively discussion was held last night in Montclair to debate the impact of legalized cannabis on the local and state economy, healthcare and civil rights. Organized by BlueWaveNJ, in partnership with New Read the full article…

NORML Founder Keith Stroup To Address NJ Cannabis Symposium March 29 At NJPAC

NORML Founder Keith Stroup

NEW JERSEY:  The granddaddy of the marijuana reform movement, NORML founder Keith Stroup, will be a featured speaker at the upcoming NJ Cannabis Symposium’s “Finance and Investments” event.  The symposium takes place on March 29th at the NJPAC in Newark. During his address, Stroup is expected to unveil The NORML Legal Committee (“NLC”) listserv, an attorney’s resource dedicated to Read the full article…

A New Day In The Garden State

“I advocate for legalization, regulation and taxation of marijuana sales to adults.”  Murphy wants New Jersey to “join other progressive states such as California, Massachusetts, Washington, and Colorado by legalizing, regulating, and taxing marijuana.”

By Stu Zakim Today, long suffering New Jersey residents got a breath of fresh air when new Governor Phil Murphy presented his first budget for fiscal 2019 to the members of the NJ Senate and Assembly in Trenton. After years of Chris Christie and his archaic views of Cannabis, both as Governor and State Attorney Read the full article…

Focus On Finance And Investment At NJ Cannabis Symposium March 29th

NJ Cannabis Symposium

NEW JERSEY: Taxes, banking and investment will be he the focus of the second event  in NJ Cannabis Symposium Series, which returns to the NJPAC in Newark, on March 29 from 4:30-8:30pm. Building on the success of its January program, which brought over 800 budding Cannabis entrepreneurs together to explore the Cannabis industry in NJ, the Read the full article…