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On June 9, council members in Pompton Lakes confirmed their town's place on the list.
Michael Serra, the town’s mayor, said it was clear residents supported the idea of being able to legally smoke marijuana.
More than 65% of voters in Bergen and Passaic counties in the 2020 General Election approved an amendment to the state constitution legalizing recreational cannabis and establishing a state-regulated market in New Jersey. Pompton Lakes voters were on trend.
The Westwood council recently banned the sales of both recreational and medicinal marijuana. Dawson said the results of this election could switch the results, which she believes would be negligent to the town.
"I don't see it as a partisan issue, it's just a quality of life issue," Dawson said. "The majority of towns that have banned it have been of Democrat majority."
Submitted by njlegalizeme on Sun, 09/09/2018 - 21:29
The Ringwood ordinance would prohibit the cultivation, processing, testing and sale of cannabis in the community. Wayne, North Haledon and Clifton have adopted bans, but they provide exemptions for medical marijuana. However, Ringwood is on course to join Hawthorne in Passaic County, by enacting an outright ban.