On March 5th, the New Jersey Assembly Oversight, Reform & Federal Regulations Committee will hear testimony on the legalization of cannabis in New Jersey.
New Jersey will ramp up its efforts to legalize recreational cannabis in the next few weeks.
Do You Want to be Heard on Cannabis?
On March 5th, the New Jersey Assembly Oversight, Reform & Federal Regulations Committee will hear testimony on the legalization of marijuana in New Jersey. They have requested any groups or individuals who are interested in participating in an open discussion on cannabis products.
Many different groups want to testify.
Watch the video here…
— NJAssemblyDemocrats (@njassemblydems) February 8, 2018
We will be talking about cannabis products and all the issues that surround that,” Danielson said at the end of the video.
Recently, Governor Murphy expanded the medical marijuana program in New Jersey.
For eight years, medical marijuana has been difficult to access in New Jersey. Today, we’re turning the page. A fairer New Jersey means expanding access to medical marijuana for patients in need. pic.twitter.com/HtDqQDxShK
— Governor Phil Murphy (@GovMurphy) January 23, 2018
Assemblyman Reed Gusciora also introduced a bill to legalize industrial hemp products for the state’s farmers to expand their industries.
Despite Murphy’s campaigning and considerable support from the legislature and voters, there continues to be backlash from some towns and counties exhibiting old-school “Reefer Madness.”
Let’s go and tell the lawmakers what they need to hear!