Big Changes Coming to N.J.’s Medical Marijuana Program as Gov. Murphy Signs Expansion Bill
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Big Changes Coming to N.J.’s Medical Marijuana Program as Gov. Murphy Signs Expansion Bill

The new law will likely add dozens of medical marijuana providers, greatly increasing capacity from the six providers currently operating.

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July 3, 2019

New Jersey has added more than 30,000 patients to its medical marijuana program since Gov. Phil Murphy took office last January, but now the state will soon have a market better suited to serve those patients.

Murphy on Tuesday signed a bill that overhauls the state’s medical marijuana program, following months of debate and negotiation with lawmakers that saw an effort to legalize recreational marijuana here fail.

The new law will likely add dozens of medical marijuana providers, greatly increasing capacity from the six providers currently operating.

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