New Jersey Issues Standards For Edible Forms Of Medical Marijuana

New Jersey this week issued its first standards for edible forms of medical marijuana.

NEW JERSEY:  New Jersey this week issued its first standards for edible forms of medical marijuana, a move that could clear the way for the state’s three dispensaries to start making and selling the products.

The state Department of Health told The Associated Press on Friday that the standards, intended to assure patient and employee safety, were sent to the clinics on Tuesday.

Executives at the three clinics did not immediately return calls to The Associated Press on Friday afternoon, so it’s not clear whether the standards will be enough to jump start production of a form of the drug that some advocates have long said should be made available, especially for children.

Read full article @ NBC Philidelphia

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