Critics Charge that Medical Marijuana Regulations Lack Compassion
November 8, 2010 Leave a comment
By Michael Aron
During hearings in the Senate and Assembly, sponsors of the original medical marijuana law sought to veto proposed regulations announced by the Christie administration last month. Restrictions in areas such as the number of dispensaries and their locations, the need to prove that conventional medicine has been tried and failed, the 200 dollar registration fee, and the limited number of diseases covered including a two year waiting period to petition for a new disease to be added suggest to many that the legislation is designed to fail.
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