Lawsuit Hopes to Force New Jersey’s Medical Marijuana Program Forward

A New Jersey Superior Court judge is being asked to make some major changes in the state’s medical marijuana program.

A lawsuit — filed a year ago by two patients, one of whom has since died — seeks to have the Coalition for Medical Marijuana of New Jersey serve as court-appointed monitors of the program, now three years old.

“We feel that the medicinal marijuana program is not being implemented in any kind of meaningful way, and that tens of thousands of patients continue to be harmed,” says Coalition CEO Ken Wolski.

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