EDITOR’S NOTE: NJ Cannabis Insider is hosting an in-person day-long conference and networking event Sept. 23 at the Carteret Performing Arts Center, featuring many of the state’s leading power players. Tickets are limited.
Legal marijuana sales will start in New Jersey within the next six months — but a majority of towns are likely to just say no to weed for now.
The legal cannabis law signed by Gov. Phil Murphy earlier this year gave municipalities the power to decide if they would allow, restrict or altogether ban the sale of cannabis in their borders. But without a blueprint to follow, many cities and towns have decided to opt out of allowing cannabis businesses, at least for now.
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