Legal pot bill dead: New Jersey lawmakers to move ahead with 2020 referendum

Phil Murphy and legislative leaders ended in discord, prompting lawmakers to go ahead and pass. “The big, new legalization bill is dead So far this year, two primary marijuana ideas have dominated.

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Now that it appears New Jersey won’t be legalizing marijuana until at least after November 2020, state legislators might move this week to essentially decriminalize possession of small amounts.

New Jersey’s year-old legal weed bill was scrapped because legislative leaders said they were short a few votes. Instead, Sen. Steve Sweeney announced the question of whether to legalize recreational marijuana will go to voters. Bill sponsor Sen. Nick Scutari said that will likely be in 2020.

Livio: “A bill to legalize recreational marijuana in New Jersey may not be dead. make pot legal here, at the November 2020 ballot box. But Garden State leaders privately believe there’s still hope,

Legal pot bill dead: New Jersey lawmakers to move ahead with 2020 referendum Though momentum to pass a legalization measure seemed to largely die off after lawmakers in neighboring New Jersey announced they wouldn’t move forward with. that a proposal many observers thought was dead for the year has new life ..

Cannabis in New Jersey is currently illegal for adult-use, but permitted for medical use. Efforts at legalization during the 2018-2019 legislative session were unsuccessful. Nonetheless, as of August 2019, New Jersey lawmakers have once again. New Jersey arrested 34,500 people on cannabis offenses in 2017, more than.

News Trenton Lawmakers Won’t Relight Recreational Marijuana Effort This Year At a news conference Wednesday, senate president steve sweeney took part of the blame, and put part of the blame on Gov.

By Brent Johnson | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com. New Jersey’s top state lawmaker announced wednesday he’s dropping efforts to have the state Legislature pass a bill that would legalize marijuana in New Jersey.. Instead, state Senate President stephen sweeney said, lawmakers will ask the state’s voters in November 2020 to decide whether to make weed legal here.

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TRENTON, N.J. – A measure to legalize recreational marijuana in New Jersey fizzled out Wednesday when the state Senate president said he would instead look to voters next year and will pursue.

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