N.J. Legal Weed Was A Success This Summer, But Report Warns There Still Aren’t Enough Stores

National cannabis companies who set up shop in New Jersey for the launch of legalized adult weed did just fine meeting the new demand this summer.

But an industry report published earlier this month warned that the state’s restricted number of stores could hurt its growth and ability to move consumers from the illicit weed market to the legalized one in the long run.

The inaugural summer of legalized adult recreational weed was a success in the Garden State, according to the Cannabis Regulatory Commission and several multi-state operators – also known as alternative treatment centers – which own the 21 stores that currently sell it.

– Read the entire article at NJ News.

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