You'll be able to have it delivered to your home. If you have a prior bust, it would likely be expunged. And you could get a job even if you still have a marijuana offense on your record.
New Jersey is offering a lot more than you might expect if – or once – marijuana becomes legal in the state by the end of the month, according to a new draft of the bill provided to Patch.
And lawmakers are also establishing a bunch of parameters, too. Patch has a list of 16 things you need to know below.
Lawmakers will hold committee hearings on Monday now that Gov. Phil Murphy and legislative leaders have come to an agreement that will likely lead to marijuana legalization.