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The head of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) appeared to signal his support for marijuana decriminalization on Friday.
Appearing on CNBC’s “Squawk Box,” FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb discussed the agency’s support for scientific research into cannabis, shared thoughts about recreational marijuana use and offered his perspective on the state of federal marijuana laws.
Assemblyman Joe Danielsen (D-17th), is sponsoring a bill that would revise the requirements to authorize and access medical marijuana.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy plans to open six more dispensaries to help better serve New Jersey’s expanding medical marijuana demand.
Since the start of Murphy's term in January, the program has enrolled over 25,000 patients and caregivers, and covers medical conditions such as anxiety, PTSD, Tourette’s syndrome, terminal cancer and more.
Hours after Gov. Phil Murphy announced plans that could double the size of the state’s medical marijuana program, a state lawmaker bashed the proposal and unveiled his own medical marijuana bill that he said does more to help both patients and small businesses.
“The governor’s approach is the opposite of mine,” said Assemblyman Joe Danielsen, D-Somerset, who shared the bill with NJ Advance Media. “He’s not catering to patients; he’s catering to the rich white man.”