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 Patients Take Issue with Medical Marijuana Program

Trenton -- Patients, families, and advocates gathered Friday to highlight what they say is New Jersey's failure to meaningfully implement the state's medical marijuana program. They say the current system is restrictive and expensive. About two dozen people - many of whom spoke about troubles with the medical marijuana law - met to push lawmakers toward reforming regulations.

Many complained about there being only one fully functional dispensary in Montclair, which for some is a five-hour road trip. A second dispensary in Egg Harbor Township received a permit Thursday to start growing the crop. It is not expected to open until September. The state's medical marijuana law was signed in 2010.


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