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New Jersey Residents’ Voices Ignored on Cannabis Business Approval

In many towns across the Garden State, it appears that the local governments are refusing to listen to the desires of their constituents. Data collected from various towns in New Jersey shows that there is a clear trend of high voter support for the approval of cannabis businesses, yet many local governments have chosen to opt out of allowing these businesses to operate within their borders.  Despite well over 500 towns supporting cannabis by a majority vote of over 50 percent, with many much higher, about 335 municipalities opted out of legal, licensed cannabis businesses opening and operating within their borders, missing out on the massive revenue generated by cannabis, but more importantly, being flat out ignored its constituents.

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NJCRC Approves 56 Cannabis Licenses

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What Does Heady Mean in the World of Cannabis?

Looking to learn more about "heady" cannabis? Here's our comprehensive guide to the term. We explore its meaning, effects, and how it differs from...