Local officials in Central and South Jersey have nixed proposals for the places to open in their towns. Two dispensaries said they will likely sue. A Republican assemblyman plans to introduce a bill that would prevent communities from using zoning rules as weapons against growing and selling medical marijuana, but Governor Christie said he would veto the legislation.
For full article see: Herald News: Medical pot law stalls – NorthJersey.com.
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