NO HOME GROW!
There remains very little appetite among lawmakers and regulators for patients to grow their own cannabis in New Jersey. Even though doing so would mostly fix what ails NJ’s program. This leaves NJ at odds with other medical cannabis state where patients have the liberty to grow their own.
Today’s still a huge, positive step.
Tomorrow we’ll promptly resume agitating to improve NJ’s remorseless cannabis laws vowed Aubrey Navarro-Conway, a patient advocate from Sayreville.
”This is one chapter. This victory doesn’t mean things like social justice are less important, but today I choose to celebrate the victory for patients in the program. And to remember the reason we’re here and that’s Jake,” Ms Navarro-Conway told InsiderNJ.
In the meantime it’s ok to stop to smell the roses and to reflect on the outsized legacy of a boy named Jake Honig whose sacrifice ensured a better quality of life for kids and their families.