NJ Panel Approves Bill to Ease MMJ Access for Sick Kids | New Jersey’s Senate Judiciary Committee approved a measure to remove the requirement of a pediatrician and psychiatrist to endorse the use of medical marijuana for children that could benefit from it. This measure will allow more sick kids MMJ access, and was introduced because of a family’s inability to obtain a psychiatrist’s endorsement.
After an investigation that lasted a year and called for the cooperation of numerous law enforcement agencies working undercover, authorities arrested a Voorhees, New Jersey doctor and his secretary on counts of unlawful prescriptions. Allegedly, the doctor was overprescribing oxycodone and other opioids. It is also purported that he gave staff members blank prescriptions to [ ]
A bill was filed to add posttraumatic stress disorder to the list of qualifying conditions for the New Jersey medical marijuana program. Research says that most of the Americans are suffering from posttraumatic stress disorder, which can be cured with medical marijuana. Weedlynx the online hub for weed dispensaries & strains throws light on NJ medical marijuana program.
Politicians and activists alike had predicted a conditional veto, and as expected, Christie struck the provision for a single prescribing doctor. But the other part of Christie’s veto – amending the bill to allow edibles only for minors and not for adults – was met with shock and disbelief from advocates.