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Sorry, But New York Probably Won’t Legalize Marijuana This Year

NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo confessed this week that he doesn’t have the votes in the State Senate to push legalization forward.

New Jersey Lawmakers Fail To Pass Marijuana Bill In Devastating Setback

New Jersey lawmakers have failed to make recreational marijuana a reality in the state, as a pivotal vote on legislation was called off Monday.

New Jersey Makes Huge Stride In Legalizing Marijuana

If legislators miss the March 25 deadline or fall short in the votes, the next time New Jersey would discuss legalizing recreational cannabis wouldn’t be until after the November election.

New Jersey Voters Support Marijuana, Just ‘Not In My Backyard’

Despite the still-growing number of towns that have either already passed or are planning to pass bans on legal weed, support for marijuana legalization among New Jersey residents still appears quite strong.

What States Will Legalize Marijuana In 2019?

Which states will be the next to make a move on marijuana legalization as we ready ourselves for a new year? Here's our predictions.

New Jersey Punts On Marijuana Legalization Until 2019

While lawmakers have been mostly in agreement over details surrounding delivery, cannabis lounges, and expunging criminal records, they just cannot seem to agree on taxes.

New Jersey Marijuana Legalization Faces Setbacks Once Again

Some proponents of legalization don’t see this as such a bad thing, however. As the bill’s timeline gets drawn out, so does the bill itself.

New Jersey’s New Adult-Use Cannabis Bill Just Might Pass

Lawmakers continue to work on it and now a new legalization bill is finished, polished and ready for possible implementation.

NJ Senate President: We Have The Votes To Legalize Cannabis

Steven Sweeney believes he has the support to carry full cannabis legalization and expanding the state's medical marijuana program.

How Social Reform And Cannabis Legalization Are Linked

For decades one of the greatest arguments against the War on Drugs, and cannabis in particular, was the racial disparities in arrests and time served, and the resulting problem of overcrowded prisons packed with victims of a social stigma, many of whom were not even close to criminals.