N.J. Court Hears Arguments In Case That Has Actually Stalled Growth Of Medical Cannabis

A three-judge appellate court panel heard arguments Tuesday in a case that has actually stalled the growth of the New Jersey’s strained medical marijuana program.

However the court should still provide a choice prior to the state can resume its evaluation of licenses that a suit postponed in late 2019.

The case includes 8 declined medical marijuana candidates from a round of accrediting the Department of Health opened in 2019. The candidates in concern lost due to technical problems with their applications or due to the fact that they had inadequate files to reveal the town they wanted to run in authorized of business.

— Check out the whole short article at NJ Advance Media.

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