Christie Asks AG to Investigate Prescribing Practices; Urges Lawmakers Not to Legalize Recreational Marijuana in Final State Speech

, New Jersey Law Journal

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In his final State-of-the-State speech, Republican N.J. Gov. Christie touted state economic improvements during his terms in office. But he spent most of the time talking about efforts to combat drug addiction, including instructing the AG to investigate prescribing practices and set limits on painkillers, and asking lawmakers not to approve recreational marijuana use.

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