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Tuesday, July 19, 2011

New Jersey becomes 16th state to approve medical marijuana use

New Jersey's Republican Gov. Chris Christie said this afternoon he would permit a bill allowing the dispensing of marijuana for specific medical purposes to become law.
The measure was signed by Christie's predcecessor and Christie said he had doubts about it. But in coming weeks, New Jersey's doctors will be able to legally prescribe marijuana to patients suffering from a specific list of illnesses including HIV and cancer if other treatments have failed.
The Garden State does, however, prohibit home-growing of cannabis. New Jersey joins 15 others states and the District of Columbia in legalizing medical marijuana use. Full Story

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