Princeton University Employee May Gain Right To Medicate on Campus

Princeton, New Jersey – A Princeton University employee who is one of the few residents in the Garden State with a medical cannabis card will continue to work for the prestigious Ivy League school following an internal dispute during which Donald DeZarn, a senior operations manager of Butler and Wilson...

Medical Marijuana News: More Delays in DC and New Jersey

Seems like the federal attack on California dispensaries have, predictably, created a chilling effect on medical marijuana reform across the nation. Last week, municipal authorities in Maple Shade, New Jersey decided not to allow Compassionate Sciences (one of the 6 companies allowed to grow medical...

New Jersey Medical Marijuana Hits Another Roadblock

New Jersey’s 2 year fight for medical marijuana just hit another bump in the road after getting the go-ahead from Governor Christie. It seems public opposition is keeping one of the 6 companies allowed to grow and sell marijuana from being allowed to set up shop. Compassionate Sciences Inc. was hoping to...

New Jersey Medical Marijuana Patient Seeks Justice

By now pretty much anyone who follows marijuana news has heard of John Ray Wilson, the New Jersey Multiple Sclerosis patient who was arrested in August of 2008 on the charges of First-degree maintaining or operating a drug-production facility, Second-degree manufacturing, and Third-degree drug possession of...

Marijuana News: This Week in Brief

Seattle Supports Marijuana With a unanimous vote of 8-0, the Seattle city council has approved a system that will allow the distribution of medical marijuana. The council favored the statutes, and Seattle Mayor Mike said he would sign the bill. Effective Friday, state law will require dispensaries to morph...

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