Tag: weed

Trenton stands to be disappointed by weed tax revenues because #economics. | Rooney

By Matt Rooney _ Today is Black Friday, Save Jerseyans, but N.J. Democrats are much more excited for ‘Green Monday’ (Nov. 26th) when both the Assembly and Senate’s respective committees plan to advance legislation to legalize recreational marijuana use throughout Read More

SOURCES: N.J. weed legalization vote planned for November 26th

TRENTON, N.J. — According to multiple State House/State Street sources, word filtered out on Friday afternoon that the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee AND the Assembly’s equivalent committee are planning to consider long-awaited legislation to legalize marijuana on Monday, November 26th. The Read More

Anti-Pot group targets Phil Murphy with Memorial Day Weekend Jersey Shore banner

ISLAND BEACH STATE PARK, N.J. — Beachgoers at one of the Jersey Shore’s iconic destinations were treated to an anti-marijuana message this Memorial Day Weekend. On Saturday, New Jersey Responsible Approaches to Marijuana Policy (NJ-RAMP) sponsored the following airplane-pulled banner Read More

Fulop: “I used to smoke tons of weed”

JERSEY CITY, N.J. — Phil Murphy wants to legalize marijuana in the Garden State, but he gave a non-answer on Wednesday when questioned by reporters as to whether he’d ever smoked pot. The Democrat Governor’s lack of forthrightness seemed to Read More

POLL: 59% Favor Marijuana Legalization in New Jersey

WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. — A new poll from the Monmouth University released Thursday finds 59% of New Jerseyans supportive of marijuana for personal use. 37% are opposed.  Back in April 2014? Only 48% supported legalization while 47% were opposed. The Read More

Township Council Passes Marijuana Resolution; 3-2

PARSIPPANY – Parsippany-Troy Hills Township Council passed Resolution R2018-044 on Tuesday, March 20. … the Recreational Use of Marijuana in the State of New Jersey,” was passed 3-2. Councilwoman Emily Peterson and Council Vice President Janice McCarthy voted against the Read More