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November 11, 2018

Phillipsburg and Englishtown say yes to medical marijuana

Written by Marc Schwarz
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Two more towns have weighed in on marijuana.

Phillipsburg: The town council unanimously passed two measures Nov. 7.

The first was a resolution of support for the expanded implementation of medical marijuana in New Jersey and then an ordinance to allow for Alternative Treatment Centers in the town.

Englishtown: At a recent meeting of the Borough Council, members said they were opposed to recreational marijuana but would support the use and distribution of medical marijuana under controlled circumstances.

“I support the use of medical marijuana, but under controlled circumstances,” Councilman Greg Wojyn said, according to centraljersey.com. “In other words, administering it in the doctor’s office, administering it at the hospital, taking it at your home, but recreational, I’m sorry, you’re just opening up a whole Pandora’s box.”

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