Chris Christie Agrees to Ease Access to Medical Marijuana for Kids

NEW JERSEY: Gov. Chris Christie has agreed to give chronically ill children easier access to medical marijuana.

However, the governor conditionally vetoed a bill on the issue because it goes further than he was willing to go.

Christie agreed to allow production of ingestible forms of pot at state-approved dispensaries and to allow dispensaries to grow more than three strains of the drug.

But he wants to leave a requirement that a psychiatrist and pediatrician sign off before children are allowed medical marijuana.
They would still need a third doctor’s recommendation if one of the others is not registered in the program.
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