Christie Responds To Medical Marijuana Question – NJN News

September 8, 2010 – After a town hall meeting in Flemington on ethics reform, Governor Christie opened the forum to questions. A Tewksbury Township man seeking medical marijuana treatment asks the delay in implementing recent state law permitting use of marijuana for medicinal purposes.

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7 thoughts on “Christie Responds To Medical Marijuana Question – NJN News

  1. Wow, I really loved that man’s speech.

    So well spoken and respectful. Why can’t we get this guy his medication YESTERDAY?

  2. I’m beginning to think that the need for medical marijuana is somehow related to having big facial hair and a pony tail. Seems to be a pattern…

  3. @aciaroch That’s not very nice. This guy is one of the few that really can use mmj. Not all people are using it to just get High. It truly is medicine, except man has corrupted the use of the plant to get stoned all the time. What’s the difference between him eating or smoking marijuana, or taking Percoset or Demoral etc? Think about it.

  4. Christie is a disgrace. Where are the ID cards today??? Oh yeah, he imposes regulations making it impossible for legal mmj to be distributed.

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