On March 8 th 2022, Princeton Board of Health (BOH) Released their recommendations (draft) on Retail Cannabis in town.
In December 2021, Princeton Board of Education (BOE) released their statement on Retail Cannabis in town.
This is a newly released study by researchers from Rutgers University, in which they
"examine education, health, and law enforcement factors as they relate to youth and adults with respect to marijuana usage directly and indirectly"
“UNIVERSITY of PENNSYLVANIA JOURNAL of LAW & PUBLIC AFFAIRS: MARIJUANA LEGALIZATION IN THE UNITED STATES: A SOCIAL INJUSTICE”
Conversations around Cannabis with Bishop Jethro James
https://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/conversations-around-cannabis-bishop-jethro-james Bishop Jethro James is a NJ Resident and has held many public positions in the state of NJ.
More on Bishop Jethro James
LA: Black-Owned Pot Businesses Remain Rare Despite Diversity Effortshttps://www.pewtrusts.org/en/research-and-analysis/blogs/stateline/2021/01/15/black-owned-pot-businesses-remain-rare-despite-diversity-efforts
Additional resources: https://learnaboutsam.org/marijuana-and-social-justice/
“Potential Impacts of Recreational Marijuana Policies and Regulatory Structures that Could Reduce its Negative Impacts”
“The costs and benefits of cannabis control policies”
Section 17:30-13.3 - Cannabis item labeling requirements, N.J. Admin. Code § 17:30-13.3 | Casetext Search + Citator
Children are at increased risk of accidental poisoning from marijuana edibles, study finds.
The Arguments Against Cannabis Retailers Opening In Your Community
The Public Health Concerns of Marijuana Legalization: An Overview of Current Trends"
Youth Marijuana Use Following Commercial Sales of Legal Recreational Marijuana
LESSONS LEARNED AFTER 4 YEARS OF MARIJUANA LEGALIZATION
Marijuana Compliance Checks: 18 of 157 recreational marijuana stores sell to minors | Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board
Cannabis Usage and adolescents in states that have legalized
Do legalized cannabis really protect children?
NYTimes: Marijuana Edibles and Children https://www.nytimes.com/2022/01/14/well/family/marijuana-edibles-children.html
LATimes: Advertising Pot to Teens
Canada: Unintentional Pediatric Cannabis Exposures After Legalization of Recreational Cannabis
Alaska, Colordo, Oregon, Washington: Do Cannabi Companis Adherence to Marketing Requirement toward adolescents?
Long-Term Cannabis Use and Cognitive Reserves and Hippocampal Volume in Midlife
“The Problem with the Current High Potency THC Marijuana from the Perspective of an Addiction Psychiatrist”
“Differences in Opinions About Marijuana Use and Prevalence of Use by State Legalization Status”
“Don't make same mistakes as Colorado when legalizing cannabis”
Op-Ed: Are Marijuana Use and Suicide Linked?— A review of the data show there's cause for alarm
From Yale Medicine Cannabis/Marijuana Use Disorder homepage: “10% of people who begin smoking cannabis will become addicted, and 30% of current users meet the criteria for addiction…People in mid-to-late adolescence are most likely to begin using cannabis”. Do we want to make addiction problems worse in our town by making the marijuana even more accessible in our community?
"The Public Health Concerns of Marijuana Legalization: An Overview of Current Trends" https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6837267/
Peer Reviewed Marijuana Research Studies
Marijuana and Public Health
“Looters steal $5 MILLION of products from 15 cannabis shops in the San Francisco Bay Area in a single month”
New Jersey State PBA Statement Marijuana “Clean Up” Bill Senate Bill 3454
Myth or Fact? "Marijuana is stronger these days"
Acute effects of high-potency cannabis flower and cannabis concentrates on everyday life memory and decision-making
San Francisco suspends cannabis tax to combat illegal marijuana sales
California cannabis businesses fear state's legal industry could collapse
Do Legal Cannacis Dispensary Really Do Well? - CA Pot companies warn of industry collapse - AP News
City of San Luis Obispo, CA - City sued by cannabis company
LA: Black-Owned Pot Businesses Remain Rare Despite Diversity Efforts
https://www.pewtrusts.org/en/research-and-analysis/blogs/stateline/2021/01/15/black-owned-pot-businesses-remain-rare-despite-diversity-efforts - see "flood of litigation" portion of the article
Haverhill, MA: Impact Fees
Wesland, MI: Several lawsuits filed against Westland for marijuana business licenses
Broomfield, CO: City and County has to pause dispensary license lottery System due to lawsuit from unhappy applicant
Portland, ME: Marijuana dispensary chain sues city of Portland over ordinance rules
Brick, NJ: Township has to pay $25K Settlement in Marijuana Dispensary Fight.
Constantine, MI: Marijuana Retailer Sues the city to delay and cancel referendum
Cambridge, MA Revolutionary Clinics sues Cambridge over first-of-its-kind cannabis law
Costa Mesa , CA: Dispensary applicants sue for a permitting process they say is far too hazy.
Pennasuken, NJ: Mom and Daugher hit by car that driven by driver "under influence of controller dangerous substance"
“How state marijuana legalization became a boon for corruption”
According to the CTF report over half of our neighboring towns opt-out
Please check this website to track opt-out status around the countryMarijuana Opt-Out Traker
Case Study - Santee, CA See how this city has done their due diligence