The New Jersey Advance reports:
The long-awaited opening of New Jersey’s recreational cannabis market just got the green light.
The Cannabis Regulatory Commission on Monday approved seven medical marijuana dispensaries, formally known as alternative treatment centers, to begin selling adult recreational weed, perhaps as soon the end of this month.
The approved centers and their satellite shops will be the only facilities selling cannabis initially to both the medical and recreational market in the Garden State until smaller cultivators given conditional approval by the panel can get their operations moving.
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“The commission licensed 13 individual dispensaries, which will be scattered throughout New Jersey, including several that are within a half-hour drive of New York City.”
— Carl Quintanilla (@carlquintanilla) April 11, 2022