New Jersey officials has issued its first standards for edible forms of medical marijuana, a move that could clear the way for the state's three dispensaries to start making the products for the first time.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Two Democratic senators and a possible Republican presidential candidate joined forces Tuesday to push a bill to remove federal prohibitions on medical marijuana in 23 states where it's already legal.
Assemblyman Reed Gusciora, one of the lawmakers who led the charge to establish New Jersey's medical marijuana program, said that in the near future he will present information from a public hearing on the topic, held on Monday, to the state Department of Health.
On the heels of reports earlier this month that there's a lack of demand for New Jersey's medical marijuana program, Gov. Chris Christie said medical marijuana is just a front for legalized pot. On the June edition of Townsquare Media's 'Ask The Governor' program Christie sa…