Sunday, November 23, 2014
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Do you support Gov. Christie's go-slow approach to enacting New Jersey's medical marijuana system?

READER POLL

Do you support Gov. Christie's go-slow approach to enacting New Jersey's medical marijuana system?

No, seriously ill or dying patients are suffering needlessly during the two-year delay
 
  219 (64.0%)
Yes, Jersey's just trying to avoid other states' abuses that led to a booming recreational pot business
 
  132 (38.6%)
No, looks like rules requiring patients to travel far are meant to thwart the program
 
  117 (34.2%)
Yes, might give the state time to scrap the whole idea
 
  99 (28.9%)
Total votes = 342
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