While last week, Gov. Chris Christie conditionally vetoed a bill to allow minors to have access to medical marijuana, the full State Senate yesterday approved a bill that included the changes recommended by Christie.
Gov. Jack Markell said Thursday that he is moving forward with a medical marijuana program in Delaware after halting plans last year over fears that state officials could be subject to federal prosecution.
A father took a stop by Governor Chris Christie at a Scotch Plains restaurant as an opportunity to make his case for him to sign a bill that would make minors part of New Jersey's medical marijuana law.
New York City Comptroller John Liu is proposing a historic overhaul of the city's marijuana laws, believing that legalizing medical marijuana and allowing adults to possess an ounce of pot for recreational use would pump more than $400 million into the city's coffers.
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