While legalization is slated to go on the 2020 ballot, two other issues remain: medical marijuana and expungement of criminal records.
Legislative leaders have packaged the bills together in the hopes that support for medical expansion will bring in some more "yes" votes for recreational weed.
If all goes smoothly, Jersey residents could start enrolling through the state exchange in the fall of 2020 for health care coverage that would start in 2021.
The discussions Friday were to inform the business community about the two major topics that may impact their bottom line: legalized recreational marijuana and potential reforms to the state's tax ...
Several Democrats courted by Murphy are still reluctant to jump the fence.
Murphy is still working the phones and hoping for help from Sweeney to get enough votes to pass the bill.
Senate and Assembly committees pass bill to legalize adult-use marijuana.
The state's medial marijuana program now has more than 42,528 patients.
Gov. Phil Murphy highlighted the social justice ramifications and economic benefits of legalizing adult-use marijuana.
The legislators, who both oppose legalization, hope the ballot process will allow voters to become more informed.
A coalition of mayors joined together to urge legislators to include expanded expungement in the adult-use marijuana bill.
Companies are getting ready for a New Jersey cannabis industry and are embracing the challenges of marketing within the state's restrictions.
The proposal increases the minimum wage to $10 an hour in July and increases to $11 by 2020, with a $1 a year increase until 2024. The wages of agricultural workers were a sticking point between ...
Most of 2018 proved to be a year of fits and starts with a few early victories overshadowed by failures to complete Murphy's biggest campaign promises.
St. James Church in Newark was rocking Wednesday morning in anticipation of Gov. Phil Murphy’s visit, where Murphy and his progressive agenda are popular.