N.J. Takes Up Bill To Decriminalize Small-Scale Adult Use of Marijuana

, New Jersey Law Journal


Legislation introduced in New Jersey Monday would legalize possession, cultivation and sale of small amounts of marijuana—if the bill isn't snuffed out by the governor's promised veto.

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    Illegal drug profits spent on campaign funding will stop this measure cold. The Soprano State funds corruption with narco dollars from the Cosa Nostra. How do you think they buy Judges? No, cutting into the pockets of corrupt politicians and impeding the flow of "Pot Dollars" into the black side of NJ politics will surely fail. Face the truth the "Jersey Devil" rules the roost!

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    It‘s about time someone with courage introduced this important legislation instead of wasting time legalizing internet gambling which promotes a destructive vice and compulsion which can destroy the finances of a family. I fully support Mr. Scutari.

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    Nick is great.

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    Senator Scutari is absolutely right those who fear the legalization of this drug have not studied it and are reacting strictly out of fear of the unknown.

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