NJ Governor Announces Plan to Expand Medical Marijuana Access

New Jersey legalized medical cannabis in 2010, but since then only 15,000 people have enrolled, due to high costs and lack of dispensaries (there are currently only five in the entire state). Murphy pointed to his predecessor, Republican Governor Chris Christie, as one of the main reasons the state’s medical marijuana program was doing so poorly.

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