Legalized Marijuana Would Be Eliminated Under A Christie Presidency

NEW JERSEY: Gov. Chris Christie vowed Sunday to eliminate legalized marijuana in states like Colorado and Washington if he’s elected president.

The governor, speaking on CBS’ “Face the Nation,” said his administration would use federal rules that outlaw marijuana to clamp down on states that legalized recreational pot use.

“Yes sir,” Christie told host John Dickerson when asked whether he’d go after Colorado and Washington.

“If you were president would you return the federal prosecutions in the states of Colorado, Washington states?” Dickerson asked.

“Yes,” Christie said.

Fight continues over cannabis law for ill New Jersey children

NEW JERSEY — Parents who have been fighting for changes in the state’s medical marijuana law so they can provide the drug to their severely ill children took their campaign to Gov. Christie’s office Thursday, armed with more than 2,100 letters from supporters. [Read more…]

Fight continues over cannabis law for ill New Jersey children

NEW JERSEY — Parents who have been fighting for changes in the state’s medical marijuana law so they can provide the drug to their severely ill children took their campaign to Gov. Christie’s office Thursday, armed with more than 2,100 letters from supporters. [Read more…]