New Jersey Expanding Its Medical Marijuana Program

New Jersey Expanding Its Medical Marijuana Program

New Jersey Expanding Its Medical Marijuana Program

Kansas lawmakers spent more than an hour debating an amendment to allow the use of medical marijuana.

Curaleaf New York will take over operations at Columbia Care's medical marijuana dispensary on Cornelia Street April 5. Only five ATCs are open, serving 18,500 patients, though a sixth is scheduled to open this spring. They now have 6 storefronts in Washington, and recently expanded to California, Oregon and Hawaii as well.

State officials had received 21 applications across the state, including multiple proposals from the Des Moines, Council Bluffs, Sioux City and Davenport areas. "This is where we are today", Murphy said. "And they'll enter them into the computer systems and then eventually when the entire program is operational they'll be able to go to a dispensary to determine what products to buy", Pollack said. "From a patient standpoint, we think it's positive for the patients. We have every confidence that patients will continue to be served well by Curaleaf".

The new rules said anyone — from a permit applicant or an employee of a cannabis business to the owner of a property — could be barred from the commercial cannabis business in the city if they had violated local or state laws related to the industry or if they had failed to report income from it.

Murphy's medical marijuana changes were praised by pro-cannabis groups.

New Jersey Expanding Its Medical Marijuana Program
New Jersey Expanding Its Medical Marijuana Program

Previous Penn affiliated studies have shown the usefulness of medical marijuana in treating addiction, particularly opioid addiction. Chronic pain, anxiety, migraines, and Tourette's syndrome are being added to the dozen ailments that previously could be treated with cannabis.

Phil Murphy has announced an expansion of the state's medical marijuana program.

The City of Windsor is hoping to get more funding from upper levels of government to deal with anticipated costs associated with the legalization of recreational marijuana. Though minorities like Grant had played an outsized role in building the marijuana market, they also faced a disproportionate response from law enforcement, as Martin explained to the crowd assembled that night in early 2017. It's expected that public health and other first responders will also be impacted. "Additionally, the study is exploring the impact on NY of legalization in surrounding states". Another immediate change is the lifting of a one-caregiver per patient requirement, as well as the ability for the state's five - soon to be six - treatment centers to be allowed to open satellite locations.

Currently, there are about 18,000 patients enrolled in the program and about 500 doctors.

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