New Jersey governor signs pro-business medical cannabis expansion bill

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy on Tuesday signed a bill to expand the state’s medical marijuana program, a day after his administration announced plans to issue 24 additional MMJ licenses.

The expansion plans will offer significant business opportunities in light of the New Jersey Legislature’s failure to legalize recreational marijuana.
Rapid patient enrollment and continuing robust business license activity have translated into high sales.

New Jersey’s new medical cannabis law puts in place a number of changes designed to increase licenses and patient access, although some of those already have been announced or instituted by Murphy’s administration.

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