TRENTON, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — A deal to legalize recreational marijuana in New Jersey appears to have suddenly collapsed.
On Friday, several senators pulled their names from a bill that would add penalties for those under 21 caught with marijuana.
Gov. Phil Murphy had approved this version of the bill and was set to sign it after a vote.
That vote was scheduled for Monday, but CBS2 has been told that vote is no longer happening.
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