The state Health Department this week amended the medicinal marijuana program to serve patients and inhibit the spread of the coronavirus by letting dispensaries make curbside sales and cutting the registration fee for caregivers to $20.
These accommodations will help. More changes are on the way.
In a webinar hosted by NJ Cannabis Insider Tuesday, three of the state’s most well-known cannabis industry leaders discussed how much patients would appreciate a law allowing them to grow their own medicine right about now. The coronavirus pandemic has made it increasingly difficult for medical cannabis patients to buy medicine. If home grow were in place, patients would be less likely to be exposed to COVID-19.
A provision letting patients grow up to six plants was included in the original draft of the medicinal marijuana law in 2009 but it was removed to improve the controversial legislation’s chances of passing. It worked. But for as long as New Jersey has operated a medicinal marijuana program, patients have complained about how difficult it is to afford their medicine.
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