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ADVOCATES TO LAUNCH ’94 NO MORE’ INITIATIVE AS LEGALIZATION EFFORTS RAMP UP

ADVOCATES TO LAUNCH ’94 NO MORE’ INITIATIVE AS LEGALIZATION EFFORTS RAMP UP

 

 

Trenton – Joined by Senator Nick Scutari and Assemblyman Jamel Holley, the New Jersey CannaBusiness Association (NJCBA), the American Civil Liberties Union of NJ (ACLU-NJ), New Jersey United for Marijuana Reform, Minorities for Medical Marijuana, the United Food & Commercial Workers (UFCW) Local 152, the Coalition for Medical Marijuana-New Jersey, Doctors for Cannabis Regulation and additional advocacy groups will announce a new initiative called “94 No More”. This campaign, coming as efforts to legalize adult-use cannabis intensify in the Legislature, will focus on the thousands of people arrested in New Jersey each year simply for possessing cannabis and why it is imperative that legalization happen now.

 

This event will take place Monday, November 18 at noon in Room 109 of the Statehouse (located directly across from the Assembly Chambers) in Trenton.

 

 

About The New Jersey CannaBusiness Association

The NJCBA’s mission is to promote jobs and growth in a sustainable and responsible cannabis industry. Starting with the pioneers in the medical cannabis market to the emerging players in the adult-use space, the NJCBA’s focus is to make certain that decision makers and regulators understand and respect the needs of the CannaBusiness community and that our community remain responsible corporate citizens. NJCBA President Scott Rudder is a former Republican state legislator, mayor, veteran and current government affairs executive.  In addition to his government and political leadership roles, Scott led Business Development efforts for Lockheed Martin Corporation with a focus on energy systems and radar programs.

 

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