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  • Post Time Posted July 17, 2018
On Monday New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced that the state is looking to double the number of medical marijuana dispensaries operating to 12. 

One of Gov. Murphy’s main points in his election was to expand the program. According to official numbers, the state has 25,000 patients in its program, 10,000 of which have signed up since January.
This move is the latest of many performed by the Democratic governor. His administration added five more conditions for patients to be eligible for medical marijuana, lowered the patient fee from $200 to $100, and $20 for veterans and seniors, and allowed doctors who prescribed it to remain anonymous. 

The New Jersey medical marijuana program is about a decade old, however it moved very slowly under the anti-medical marijuana governor Chris Christie. 

Applications are due August 7th, and those chosen will be announced November 1. 

Source: https://www.nj.com/marijuana/2018/07/njs_medical_marijuana_program_to_double_in_size_as.html

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