Legal pot bill dead: New Jersey lawmakers to move ahead with 2020 referendum

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Efforts are already underway everywhere from New Jersey, New York and New Mexico to Connecticut, Arizona, Montana and Maryland. Why this is important for investors: recreational marijuana is currently legal in eleven states. Put another way, 28% of the US population live in a state where adult-use of cannabis is legal.

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Legal pot bill dead: New Jersey lawmakers to move ahead with 2020 referendum ( New Jersey’s top lawmaker said Tuesday he was giving up on the effort to legalize recreational marijuana through the Legislature and would instead put the issue up for voters to decide next year.

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Senate president steve sweeney holds a press conference announcing a separation of the NJ medical marijuana bill from a bill legalizing marijuana for recreational use by adults. Sweeney says that the votes aren’t there for adult-use legalization and he wants to put it on referendum for 2020.

In recent weeks recreational marijuana bills in both New Jersey and neighboring New York State have become unraveled. However, unraveled does not necessarily mean completely dead. While New York lawmakers attempt to stitch together a new bill, New Jersey has kicked its adult-use measures down the road into 2020 in favor of a medical program.

While some candidates are beginning to settle into their campaign routines, it won’t be long until the decisions of some big names force everyone to recalibrate.

Times Union’s Rachel Silberstein “A GROUP THAT BEAT BACK a push to legalize recreational marijuana in New York. ruled that a referendum asking voters about the future of Rochester schools was.

Legal Cannabis Bill Dead: New Jersey Lawmakers to Move Ahead With 2020 Referendum. Sweeney acknowledged he and other supporters of legal pot – including Gov. Phil Murphy – had failed to secure enough votes in the Senate to pass the bill. He said it now makes sense to put the issue to.

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