New Jersey Residents’ Attitudes Toward Marijuana Continue To Soften

NEW JERSEY: New Jersey voters are getting more mellow when it comes to marijuana, according to a poll released today.

The Rutgers-Eagleton poll of 731 registered voters found 66 percent said penalties for marijuana possession should be reduced, while 65 percent said penalties should be eliminated altogether for possession of small amounts of pot, according to a report on NJ.com.

Voters are still divided over whether the drug should be legalized. A legalization measure was recently proposed in the state legislature.

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