N.J. must recognize marijuana’s medicinal value, court says

TRENTON — State and federal law classified marijuana as one of the most dangerous drugs more than 45 years ago, citing its “high potential for abuse” and a lack of medical value. But a groundbreaking decision by a state appeals court on Tuesday said the Christie administration must revisit marijuana’s legal standing under state law because…

Posted: October 31st, 2017 | Author: | Filed under: Marijuana, Medical Marijuana, New Jersey | Tags: , | 2 Comments »

2 Comments on “N.J. must recognize marijuana’s medicinal value, court says”

  1. Dirty Hippie said at 7:46 pm on October 31st, 2017:

    Free Ed “Weedman” Forchion.

  2. Terrific- said at 8:29 pm on November 2nd, 2017:

    then, put it in a pill or injectible form- if no one can smoke cigarettes almost anywhere today, why is it ok to choke on the stink of pot?? Articles have said that, when Colorado whooped it up to legalize it for fun, there were no laws/ standards in place, as to how to determine varying degrees of incapacity, especially in traffic violations: you can have a person blow for alcohol measurement, but pot,apparently, is harder to measure.. that, and the fact that over 130% more kids in Colorado have been taken to Colorado ER’s with pot poisoning, because the dumb adults around them, are polluting them. And, that yes, in many cases, it has been/ is IS a gateway drug: just what we don’t need, in the middle of a dire opioid crisis!