New Jersey Governor Expands Medical Marijuana Program

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TRENTON, NJ — In his ongoing effort to expand the Garden State’s medical marijuana program to be more patient-oriented, Governor Phil Murphy (D-NJ) has made dramatic changes to the state’s regulatory program.We will begin the elimination of the requirement that doctors prescribing medical marijuana appear on a public registry, and transition to an optional listing for prescribing physicians.— Governor Phil Murphy (@GovMurphy) March 27, 2018Article continues after adAdvertisementChanges include: reduced cost of the medical marijuana registry for patients by 50%; reduced cost for veterans, seniors, and those on disability by 90%; expanded the qualifying conditions list to include Tourette syndrome, chronic pain, and other conditions; and other much needed technical fixes.   Tags: , , ,

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TRENTON, NJ — In his ongoing effort to expand the Garden State’s medical marijuana program to be more patient-oriented, Governor Phil Murphy (D-NJ) has made dramatic changes to the state’s regulatory program.

We will begin the elimination of the requirement that doctors prescribing medical marijuana appear on a public registry, and transition to an optional listing for prescribing physicians.

— Governor Phil Murphy (@GovMurphy) March 27, 2018

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Changes include: reduced cost of the medical marijuana registry for patients by 50%; reduced cost for veterans, seniors, and those on disability by 90%; expanded the qualifying conditions list to include Tourette syndrome, chronic pain, and other conditions; and other much needed technical fixes.

 

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