In November, we will decide who will be in the White House for the next four years, and in New Jersey, recreational marijuana remains on the ballot. Yet this election cycle has not dominated our lives like in 2016.
In a survey from the New Jersey Society of CPAs, 53 percent said the drug should be legalized for recreational use — a move Governor-elect Phil Murphy said he'd make within 100 days of taking office in January.
Yesterday I cited an article our Kevin McArdle had written as to the plan to raise the tax rate on e-cigarettes, which would be brought in line to reflect the tax on regular cigarettes.
If the idea of smoking the e-cigarette is all about replacing the regular cigarette, the dangers of which are already documented, then doesn’t it follow that were we to make the taxes the same on e-cigarettes, one