Unhappy with NJ’s weed law? There’s a cleanup bill for that

The first cannabis cleanup bill proposes to fix how police interact with parents when they find their kids smoking weed or drinking in public. The law signed by Gov. Murphy prohibits parental notification until there’s a second interaction. That had Republicans calling out Democrats for what they called legalized cannabis for kids.

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