NEW JERSEY — With a number of recreational cannabis dispensaries applying to open in towns across New Jersey, and existing medical dispensary companies hoping to sell for recreational use, sales of recreational marijuana could begin this month, Gov. Phil Murphy was As quoted in the following:During his radio show last month.
There are 23 dispensaries that offer medical marijuana in the state. Eighteen of the ten companies who own them have applied to the Cannabis Regulatory Commission. “conversion,”According to a ReportIn the Asbury Park Press. This means that they would be sold for non-medical purposes to persons 21 and over.
New Jersey legalized medical marijuana in 2010. However, it was not available at the time. In early 2021, recreational marijuana was officially legalized in New Jersey.
Maplewood, Hoboken, and other towns are currently reviewing applications from dispensaries.
Three business owners applied to Hoboken’s Cannabis Review Board last week to open dispensaries on the site of their current or former restaurants in the mile-square area.
“I would hope in March you’re going to see explicit movement on the medical dispensaries, some number of them being able to sell recreationally,” Murphy reportedly The show airs monthly on WBGO and WNYC.
Jeff Brown, director of the state Cannabis Regulatory Commission said last week that five applications by medical marijuana companies were denied. “complete and are in substantive review,”The story Noted.
According to state officials, recreational dispensaries approval in New Jersey has been slowed by a number factors over the last year. These included individual towns needing their approval.