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

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Some elected officials are pushing for decriminalization and expungement as New Jersey’s legal marijuana bill. Lawmakers said the bills aren’t dead, and could be reintroduced after the November.

Just months after it was declared dead. Top lawmakers say they’re reviving legislative efforts to legalize marijuana in New Jersey, and they’re ready. voters would be given a chance in a November.

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Phil Murphy could sign them into law. legalize marijuana in New Jersey. Now they’ll ask voters in November 2020 referendum to legalize recreational pot, Senate President Steve Sweeney announced.

Legal pot bill dead: New Jersey lawmakers to move ahead with 2020 referendum Submitted by 2 months 2 weeks ago Sweeney had tied the legalization bill, NJ S2703 (18R), to the two other measures relating to the state’s burgeoning medical marijuana industry and criminal justice reform.

A bill that would legalize recreational marijuana in New Jersey may not be dead. make pot legal here, at the november 2020 ballot box. But Garden State leaders privately believe there’s still hope,

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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A plan to legalize marijuana in New Jersey is in trouble and some lawmakers are calling for a referendum to let voters decide whether adult-use recreational marijuana should be legalized. But that likely wouldn’t be held until 2020.. Hours after a well-orchestrated push to pass a legal-weed.

Sweeney says he intends to move. legal weed market. Others raised philosophical concerns with legalization. New Jersey’s bill sought a tax of $42 per ounce, setting up a five-member regulator.

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.

Now that it appears New Jersey won’t be legalizing marijuana until at least after November 2020, state legislators might move this week to essentially decriminalize possession of small amounts.

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