Rejected NJ Pot License Applicants Press AG For Settlement

Law360 (November 16, 2020, 9:20 PM EST) -- Rejected New Jersey medical marijuana license applicants have pressed the state's attorney general to strike a deal in their lawsuit over application portal glitches, saying legalization of recreational pot in the Garden State adds fresh urgency to the long-running case.

The seven applicants, who are fighting their disqualification by New Jersey's medical marijuana regulator in a state appellate court, said "everyone is suffering" due to the stalemate, leaving patients underserved and would-be operators stuck on the sidelines ahead of the recreational debut.

"With the prospect of millions of eligible customers being added as a result of adult-use, the current lack of...

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