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Legislature Launches Anti NJ Cannabis Consumer Agenda

The New Jersey legislature began a new session with several anti-NJ cannabis consumer bills and two for legal home grow introduced. Welcome to 2024, when regulated cannabis is expected to be a billion-dollar industry in New Jersey. Every penny of those profits and taxes will be extracted from the pockets of consumers. We should be […]

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CannaCoverage & Bennabis Health Innovate NJ Medical Cannabis Benefits

Bennabis Health and CannaCoverage have launched a program to include NJ medical cannabis coverage under employee benefits. Currently, only prescription medicine is available through employer benefits. Cannabis cannot be prescribed as a traditional medicine and covered until federal prohibition ends. So, Bennabis Health has negotiated a 15% discount off New Jersey medical cannabis dispensary prices. […]

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Senate OKs Bill Allowing 4 NJ Medical Marijuana Caregivers for Child Patients

The State Senate passed a bill last week 38-0 allowing four more New Jersey medical marijuana caregivers to help a child medical cannabis patient. State Senator Nilsa Cruz-Perez (D-Camden) and Nellie Pou (D-Passaic) sponsored the bill S 521, “Expressly authorizes medical cannabis patients under 18 years of age to have up to four designated caregivers.” […]

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Hoboken Likely to Become Cannabis Hub

Hoboken might soon be the sight of more than one medical marijuana (or medical cannabis) business and a cannabis hub. Hoboken established a medical cannabis review board and a two percent tax on such businesses earlier this summer. The ordinance also allows for three dispensaries within the city. Hoboken’s planning board must first approve any […]

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NJ Awards 6 New Medical Marijuana Dispensaries & Cultivation Licenses

The New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) announced six businesses won cannabis licenses to open new medical marijuana dispensaries. Two applicants were chosen from the north, central, and southern parts of the state. They want to ensure patients have better access to pain-relieving medicine.  Before receiving approval to grow medical marijuana, the chosen applicants must […]

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