Jon-Henry Barr, head of the Municipal Prosecutors Association, said prosecutors could be focusing on more pressing problems.
New Jersey officials are awaiting responses from federal prosecutors whether licensed medical marijuana sellers would face arrest.
A half-dozen alternative treatment centers across New Jersey could be legally selling marijuana to patients with certain medical conditions by late summer.
Lawmakers passed a law more than a year ago to allow pot for patients with certain medical conditions, but exactly how it’s done has been bogged down in the rule-making process.
Prospective licensees and advocates said the issue was complicated by the rules and regulations being set up. They said the state’s proposed rules were so restrictive that their operations might not be viable.
One of the features St. Sen. Scutari says he had first liked about NJ’s medical marijuana plan he sponsored was the home delivery option for terminally ill patients.
TRENTON, N.J. - New Jersey is getting closer to going into the medical marijuana business. A key state senator says he now supports the idea of having the state’s supply of medical marijuana initially grown by […]