Legislators are backing off plans to legalize recreational marijuana.
The medical marijuana program now has 46,300 patients, 950 doctors and 1,850 caregivers participating.
Bad blood boils over as Murphy, South Jersey tensions heighten, threatening Trenton gridlock.
It’s believed the votes were there in the Assembly, but in the Senate the sponsors were maybe three or four votes shy of the needed 21. Sweeney said he’ll bring the bill back up as soon as 21 ...
As a plan to legalize adult-use marijuana stalls, municipalities have already begun to act.
Both Coughlin and Sweeney expressed a firm commitment to passing marijuana legalization in the future.
Backed by a star lineup of social justice advocates, Murphy seized the bully pulpit to argue that legalizing recreational marijuana is nothing less than a civil rights issue.
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.
The legislators, who both oppose legalization, hope the ballot process will allow voters to become more informed.
Sources say hurdles have been cleared, but critics say there's more work to do.
Companies are getting ready for a New Jersey cannabis industry and are embracing the challenges of marketing within the state's restrictions.
The speech covered a lot of territory. Whether it moved the needle on Murphy’s relationship with Sweeney, we’ll have to wait and see.
John Spielman of Kinnelon found out the hard way that while there’s great compassion for treating drug addiction as a disease, there’s still a bull's-eye on drug dealers in Morris County.
Big city mayors say expungement efforts don't go far enough.