After several stalled attempts to pass a recreational marijuana law through legislation in New Jersey, voters will finally get the chance to decide the issue at the polls in November 2020.
On December 16, 2019, the New Jersey legislature approved a referendum putting the question of whether to legalize adult-use marijuana on the state’s 2020 general election ballot.» Read More
Unlike other states, such as Colorado, California, and even Maryland, here in New Jersey, our laws concerning the advertising and marketing of cannabis products are sparse.
Governor Andrew Cuomo’s “high” hopes to legalize adult recreational use of marijuana in New York in conjunction with the state budget for 2020 has dissipated. His state budget proposal for 2020 due April 1, 2019, will not likely include legalization, dampening the dreams of Cuomo’s estimated tax revenue of $300 million over three years flowing into the state from such legalization. » Read More
What originally looked like an exciting beginning of the week turned out to be a false start. And when it doesn’t look like you’ll get to the endzone, sometimes it is best to punt. That was the route chosen by the New Jersey Senate on Monday when it postponed its vote on S2703, which would legalize adult use marijuana in New Jersey.» Read More
Talks Heat Up After Hibernating Through Winter
After a fairly quiet winter, efforts to pass a bill legalizing adult use marijuana in New Jersey have ramped up. It is being reported that Governor Murphy and top legislators reached agreement on the sticking points that were holding up the adult use bill. » Read More