New Jersey Medical Marijuana Bill Helps Patients from Other States. But There's One Big Problem
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New Jersey Medical Marijuana Bill Helps Patients from Other States. But There's One Big Problem

The New Jersey medical marijuana program is on the verge of opening its doors to out-of-state patients for the first time.

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Just as thousands of tourists flock to the Jersey Shore for the Fourth of July, the New Jersey medical marijuana program is on the verge of opening its doors to out-of-state patients for the first time.

Under the Jake Honig Compassionate Use Medical Cannabis Act, visitors with medical marijuana cards from their home states would be able to carry and use medical marijuana in New Jersey, up to the proposed 3-ounce legal limit.

But there's one big problem: They wouldn't be allowed to buy medical marijuana here unless they have approval from a New Jersey doctor.

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