When New Jersey finally began registering patients and caregivers for its medical marijuana program last month, those who would benefit heaved a great sigh of relief.
But in that time, only 130 people have registered. Some of the doctors allowed by law to provide marijuana as a medical regiment for certain diseases have stopped taking new patients and some are requiring a cash payment of $500 for the initial visit before recommending the drug, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported.
Source: NewJerseyNewsRoom.com. Read full article. (link)