Medical Marijuana Center In NJ Says Business Is Booming, And That’s Just To Start

t’s been a booming first six months. Compassionate Care Foundation’s CEO, Bill Thomas, said it is looking to build a second indoor growing facility at its secure site, significantly increasing the volume of marijuana it can produce.

NEW JERSEY:  South Jersey’s first medical marijuana facility began accepting patients in an isolated industrial park near the Atlantic County landfill in Egg Harbor Township on Oct. 28.

It’s been a booming first six months. Compassionate Care Foundation’s CEO, Bill Thomas, said it is looking to build a second indoor growing facility at its secure site, significantly increasing the volume of marijuana it can produce.

Thomas spoke in the center’s lobby, near a small memorial to Diane Riportella, an Egg Harbor Township woman who traveled to Trenton regularly to lobby state lawmakers for medical marijuana while she was dying of multiple sclerosis.

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