SENATE FALLS SHORT OF VOTES TO COMBAT CHRISTIE’S RULES ON MEDICAL MARIJUANA

The Senate fell one vote shy of being able to pass a measure against Gov. Chris Christie’s rules on medical marijuana. The Assembly took action on Monday in this regard. Some have said that Christie’s rules are too cumbersome and don’t include enough people. It is believed that resolution will get a vote on Dec. 13 in the Senate.

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