Dispensaries look forward to the changes contained in the proposed medical marijuana bill.
In all, almost 100 witnesses were scheduled to testify and scores of others submitted statements for and against. But Monday was a rare opportunity to see an actual, sometimes strident, debate on the ...
Coughlin, speaking at the Southern New Jersey Development Council's Public Policy Breakfast, gave a quick update on the legislative agenda for the remainder of this year and into next.
The state’s expected to announce the six new licensees -- two each in South, Central and North Jersey -- Nov. 1.
New Jersey, unlike eight other states, has no anti-discrimination provision protecting employees who are medical marijuana cardholders.
Elnahal has been taking his pitch on the road. This is his fourth lecture to health professionals in which he explains the ins and outs of the medicinal marijuana program and urges more engagement.
The state can’t keep up with demand since adding five new categories of qualifying medical conditions, including migraines and anxiety. There are now roughly 31,000 patients in the medical marijuana ...
The state health commissioner says banking reforms will diversify the marijuana marketplace, especially if New Jersey legalizes recreational marijuana.
Murphy announced major changes to the state's medical marijuana system, including expanding covered conditions, increasing the number of dispensaries and allowing edibles.
A new medical marijuana bill would expand the number of dispensaries to 40.
The Legislative Black Caucus hosted a series of hearings in the hopes of slowing down the marijuana legalization effort in the state.
The New Jersey Cannabis Symposium gathered to discuss the future of adult-use cannabis industry in the Garden State.
Our new governor has only been in office for a few days, but already Phil Murphy is taking several actions that will impact workers and businesses in New Jersey.
Murphy says the "restrictive" medical marijuana program hurts the state's neediest patients.
The group is working to educate the public and lawmakers with hopes that a new administration will welcome a bill to legalize recreational use.