NJ Gov Christie Says Medical Marijuana Programs Are ‘Front For Legalization’

And last week, the president and chief executive of Compassionate Care Foundation, Inc. of Egg Harbor Township — one of the state's three medical marijuana dispensaries — announced he had quit because he couldn't keep working for no pay in a struggling industry.

NEW JERSEY: Following reports that New Jersey’s medical marijuana program is suffering from low enrollment, Gov. Chris Christie called the program and similar programs across the U.S. “a front for legalization.” New Jersey passed its medical marijuana law in 2009, and former Gov. Jon Corzine, a Democrat, signed it just before Christie, a Republican, took office. Read the full article…

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 Read the full article…

New Jersey Approves Second Medical Marijuana Dispensary

The Compassionate Care Foundation will be located in Egg Harbor Township but a few steps remain before the collective opens its doors. The seeds that were planted in June will be ready for harvest in the next 10 days. At that point New Jersey’s Department of Health will conduct lab testing to screen for contaminates and determine potency.

NEW JERSEY: New Jersey approved the opening of the state’s second medical marijuana dispensary on Friday. According to the Department of Health, Compassionate Care Foundation, Inc. (CCF) was issued an operational permit following an inspection of their cultivation and dispensing facilities.

Southern NJ Medical Marijuana Site Poised To Open

On Oct. 15, CCF hopes to open, becoming South Jersey's first dispensary.

NEW JERSEY: There are no signs out front, but people still show up at a drab beige warehouse outside Atlantic City to ask whether medical marijuana is available.

Southern NJ Medical Marijuana Site Poised To Open

That same company also has sold licensing rights for its cannabis-tracking software to Washington and California is now the subject of a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission investigation and a class-action shareholder lawsuit.

NEW JERSEY: There are no signs out front, but people still show up at a drab beige warehouse outside Atlantic City to ask whether medical marijuana is available.