While legislators are still crafting a bill to legalize marijuana in New Jersey, some of the proposed changes could bring legal weed to your doorstep — literally.
Legislators are yet to unveil the final version but are “98 percent” done, according to legal weed advocates. But according to a series of proposed amendments from the Senate Judiciary Committee dated Sept. 12 — first reported by NJ Advance Media — the bill has undergone numerous changes.
Some of those changes were to add features that marijuana users are still clamoring for in the other nine states where marijuana is legal.
Here are three new ways that New Jersey might separate itself from the pack when it comes to marijuana. These amendments are simply “proposed” and could be removed before the final bill is introduced, voted on or signed into law.
Dispensary to doorstep
The Garden State could become one of just four states — joining California, Nevada and Oregon — that allow weed deliveries if the proposed amendments are included in the final bill and signed into law. [Read more at Asbury Park Press]