Tag: pot

Sheriff Golden: Murphy’s Pot Bill Is Dangerous Money Grab That Disregards Impact On Local Communities

By Art Gallagher _ Monmouth County Sheriff Shaun Golden issued a statement today condemning the Trenton Democrats’ marijuana legislation as “poorly written policy by the Democratic majority” “that is aimed at grabbing tax dollars without any regard on the impacts Read More

A hint from Mass. how N.J. might tackle recreational weed DUI offenders?

BOSTON, MASS. — One of the many debates swirling around New Jersey’s stalled effort to legalize recreational marijuana is how to treat a possible uptick in drivers who are operating their vehicles under the influence of marijuana. The Colorado experiment Read More

LISTEN: Rooney discusses N.J.’s recreational weed push with WPHT’s Dom Giordano

By The Staff _ On Monday, both houses of the New Jersey legislature advanced recreational marijuana from the committee stage to the final step: a possible December floor vote. While the hearings were still underway, Save Jersey Founder and Blogger-in-Chief Read More

Guadagno: Legalizing prostitution would be better than legalizing pot | GALLAGHER

By Art Gallagher _ In an interview with Bill Spadea on NJ101.5 yesterday, former Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno said legalizing prostitution would be less harmful than legalizing recreational marijuana and that doing so would benefit the women who work in the world’s Read More

N.J. Legislator: Stop pretending this is about “social justice” and not weed money!

TRENTON, N.J. — New Jersey’s recreational weed legislation got out of the Senate’s and Assembly’s respective committees on Monday but not without plenty of dissent. Among the dissenters was Assemblyman Hal Wirths (R-24), a former member of Chris Christie’s cabinet, who Read More

N.J. Senate, Assembly committees vote to advance recreational weed

TRENTON, N.J. — New Jersey came one step closer to legalizing recreational weed on Monday following the passage of companion legislation through both legislative chambers’ respective committees. In the Senate’s Budget and Appropriation Committee? Republicans Tony Bucco (R-25), Steve Oroho Read More