New Jersey Cannabis Trade Association Statement on CRC Announcement
further delay the opening of the adult cannabis market
Trenton, New Jersey (March 24, 2022) – The New Jersey Cannabis Trade Association remains optimistic that the CRC will open up the adult cannabis market in New Jersey sooner or later, but admits it is disappointed with today’s decision to continue to delay further. increase.
In November 2020, New Jerseyans made it clear they wanted a safe, legal cannabis market for adults in their state. Needless to say, almost 16 months later, no one could have expected that this was still waiting to happen.
After all, it’s New Jersey citizens who are missing. The adult market would be a huge boon to New Jersey’s economy. Additionally, this new industry is set to create 19,000 new jobs for her, and taxes from the legal market will contribute to social equity by providing economic support to areas unfairly affected by the war on drugs. Supports the goal of promoting sexuality.
We look forward to continuing to work with the CRC to ensure a seamless transition to recreational sales for all involved.
For more information on NJCTA, please visit NJCannabisTrade.org.
About the New Jersey Cannabis Trade Association
The New Jersey Cannabis Trade Association (NJCTA) represents 11 alternative treatment centers (ATCs) in New Jersey’s medical marijuana program. Our mission is to create a legal cannabis market that works for everyone by fostering an industry that is not only safe, accessible and affordable, but fair and just. -19 Given the severity of the situation, which was formed during the pandemic and faced by the growing number of medical marijuana cases in New Jersey, the NJCTA, in its correspondence with the New Jersey Department of Health (DOH), It was created to provide a unified and streamlined voice for .
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