New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy speaks regarding his strategy for the garden state with Rick Williams on Action News at 5 p.m., March 15, 2018
New Jersey guv Phil Murphy takes a seat with Ebro in the Early morning to offer an update on several of the most significant concerns in the Yard State. He provided an upgrade on where the state depends on Marijuana legalization, and whether it will happen in the future, what steps are required to repair […]
In an impact to Gov. Phil Murphy, the New Jersey Senate terminated a vote on a leisure cannabis expense Monday. Mike Davis, a press reporter for the Asbury Park Press, signed up with CBSN to talk about the ballot as well as more.
Chicago-based Justice Grown was granted initial state approval in 2018 to open a cultivation center in Mercer County. Now, the Ewing Township Planning Board is scheduled to hear the plans. The post Medical Marijuana Manufacturing Facility Planned for Ewing Township appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The Jersey City Redevelopment Agency signed off on a plan by a Colorado-based cannabis company to bring a medical marijuana manufacturing complex to a property near Liberty State Park. The post Medical Marijuana Manufacturing Facility Moving Forward in Jersey City appeared first on Jersey Digs.
In preparation for the state possibly legalizing the drug, the city council is looking to limit neighborhoods where pot shops could open in Hoboken. The post Hoboken Weighs Ordinance Allowing Marijuana Shops in Six Neighborhoods appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The debate over marijuana legalization is far from over in Trenton. In the meantime, Jersey City became the first municipality in New Jersey to decriminalize the drug. Don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE for daily videos: http://bit.ly/1ERsYqw **More info & videos below** For full episodes, check out http://www.njtvnews.org/ Let us know what you think! Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/njtvonline/ Twitter: […]
Causing a public nuisance with marijuana possession, such as smoking in a public park near children, can still land users in court, but now it won`t give users a criminal record. Instead, they could face a $50 fine or five hours community service, whereas before they could be looking at jail time.