Health Commish Says NJ is Moving Medical Marijuana Program Forward

Some health issues have come to the forefront of New Jersey news recently. Hackensack University Medical Center is suspending its kidney transplant program because of higher than average death rates and the federal government found 28 deficiencies in the program. Medical marijuana is also coming to the Garden State with the first permit for an Alternative Treatment Center to begin growing marijuana. Commissioner Mary O’Dowd of the Department of Health and Senior Services spoke with NJ Today Managing Editor Mike Schneider about the various topics.

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