There are photos of marijuana leaves all over the campus of Stockton University and it’s the leaders of the school that have put them there. In addition to the creation of a cannabis studies minor program last fall, the school is now hosting its first Cannabis Fair and Business Expo.
For Degelis Tufts, the last election cycle showed her the potential for cannabis. The product creator, executive and former investment banking analyst knew it was a movement she wanted to become involved in. Tufts explained to The Marijuana Times, “I believed it was un-American to not have the right to choose to consume. For me, it is a freedom issue and representative of our core values as a country.”
More towns vote no: Another week and more New Jersey towns are making decisions on whether they approve or disapprove of the possibility of marijuana businesses in their community.
Municipalities that voted to either say no or are preparing to say no to cannabis include:
Florham Park unanimously approved a resolution opposing the legalization of recreational marijuana by the state as well as an ordinance “prohibiting marijuana within all zones” in the township.
John Lehmann, consultant and founder of LoFade Laboratories, is a southern Oregon medical grower and processor and a New Jersey native. He has spent the last seven years designing processes that blend efficiency and scientific understanding into the cultivation and harvesting process. These include irrigation methods, building soils, automatic fertilization methods, composting, sustainable practices and more.