12 Times Marijuana Cost NJ Residents And Towns
There has been considerable amount of pushback on the new Marijuana Law Governor Phil Murphy signed this year and while he reversed his thinking and will now back legislation that allows police to notify parents if their child has been arrested for underage use of Marijuana or Alcohol, there are several other concerns being raised by parents, police and lawmakers at the Jersey Shore.
Under the new law, police can't initiate an investigation for underage use of marijuana or else face potential criminal charges and a hefty fine.
Local lawmakers feel it puts communities at risk, particularly at the Jersey Shore, where a lot of families live and vacation.
Recreational Marijuana is now legal and there are still potential dangers looming as a result in the months, years ahead such as the ones listed below of past times Marijuana has led to arrests and sadly death.
Here are accidents or arrests that show the critical and sometimes fatal affects of being high behind the wheel, in a car or creating a public scene, prior to the new law being enacted: