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Gregg H. Hilzer is a partner at Pashman Stein Walder Hayden who focuses his practice on cannabis law, white-collar criminal investigations, complex litigation and regulatory matters.
Gregg is co-chair of Pashman Stein’s ...
Under New Jersey’s recently enacted adult-use marijuana law, every municipality in the State has until August 21, 2021 to adopt local ordinances regulating marijuana businesses within their jurisdiction. Local ordinances adopted prior to February 21, 2021 have been invalidated by state law. If a municipality fails to adopt local ordinances by August 21, 2021, all classes of licensed marijuana operations will be permitted in that municipality.
Bayonne’s recent introduction of a proposed ordinance is a prime example of why potential applicants for licenses in New ...
After a series of delays, Governor Murphy signed into law today legislation first passed by the state legislature on December 17, 2020 to create an adult use cannabis industry in the state. Under the law (and subject to possible extension), a newly forming Cannabis Regulatory Commission has until August 21, 2021 to issue initial rules and open the first application window for licenses for the new adult use cannabis industry. The race to be ready for submitting applications is now officially on.
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Assembly Oversight, Reform and Federal Relations
Monday, November 9, 2020 - 10:00 AM
Due to the public health emergency, the State House Annex remains closed to visitors.
The public may not attend the Committee meeting in person but may view and participate in the meeting via the New Jersey Legislature home page at https://www.njleg.state.nj.us/.
The Committee will take oral testimony on bills, by telephone and video.
If you are interested in registering your position with the Committee, please fill out the Registration Form located on the New Jersey Legislature Home Page under the ...