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.READ MORE: AP: Federal Judge Deals Blow To Vaccine Mandate For New York City Teachers
Gov. Phil Murphy had approved this version of the bill and was set to sign it after a vote.READ MORE: De Blasio Says City Prepared For School Staffing Shortages As COVID Vaccine Deadline Approaches
That vote was scheduled for Monday, but CBS2 has been told that vote is no longer happening.MORE NEWS: Driver Killed, Passenger Hospitalized After Vehicle Overturns In Rockland County
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