Several days after a New Jersey lawmaker called on his fellow politicians to explain delays in prescription pot dispensary development, a report indicates that marijuana is being grown in the state.
The state’s first legal cannabis crop in generations has been growing hydroponically, in a warehouse, for nearly a month, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The location of the warehouse is being kept under wraps.
But Joseph Stevens, who runs said Greenleaf Compassion Center, said that his Montclair dispensary should be operational and accepting patients in mid-September.
Another dispensary, Compassionate Care Foundation, plans on harvesting its first crop as soon as November.
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