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Canopy's Linton out, NJ raises the license for medical cannabis, 280E MJ tax case does not go to the Supreme Court

Canopy Growth CEO Bruce Linton of New Jersey is increasing the number of medical marijuana licenses. The US Supreme Court refuses to negotiate a 280E marijuana tax case. Linton Resigns as Canopy Pressured by Constellation Bruce Linton, CEO and Chairman of Canopy Growth, the world's largest cannabis company, was ousted after shareholder Constellation Brands' pressure to improve its financial performance …

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Trump says ICE raids will begin after July 4th. Further protests planned, including one in N.J.

Immigration law groups are preparing for mass protests nationwide as President Donald Trump warns of mass attacks targeting undocumented immigrants. Speaking at a press conference during his trip to Japan earlier this week, Trump said that federal immigration and customs officials would soon start raiding, "unless we do something quite wonderful." Trump had previously warned that an ICE operation against …

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Murphy ends the brawl for the budget of N.J. with top dems, cutting spending by $ 48 million and freezing up to $ 235 million more

Gov. Phil Murphy signed a US $ 38.7 billion state budget on Sunday, but not before he had canceled $ 48.5 million of legislature spending and frozen up to $ 235 million in additional spending from one of legislators controlled by his compatriots. Murphy At a press conference in Trenton, he said he had used his powerful veto to cut …

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Mike Shawaryn of N.J. makes his MLB debut for Red Sox at Yankee Stadium | 8 things you should know about rookie right-handers

This is a good week for baseball players from the State of New Jersey. Devin Smeltzer, born in Voorhees, celebrated his debut in the Premier League on Tuesday and pitched six innings for the Minnesota Twins. Another South Jersey Mike Shawaryn from Carneys Point hopes to get his chance this weekend after joining the Boston Red Sox active duty roster. …

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Trees cracked like branches before a possible tornado. The cleanup work begins at the damaged N.J. High School.

UPDATE: National Meteorological Service is expanding territory for increased risk of severe thunderstorms on Wednesday in the latest forecast ticket in for a railroad ban. The mighty string of thunderstorms swept across parts of New Jersey late Tuesday. While no one was injured, signs of damage – from fallen trees to a demolished facade entrance to the school building – …

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Upturned shelter, destroyed facade. See damage to the N.J. High School hit by a possible tornado.

UPDATE: N.J. Weather: Dangerous thunderstorms with flash floods, hail, tornado possible Wednesday Hanging wires, uprooted tree trunks and branches scattered around the campus. A dugout, torn from the baseball field, thrown upside down and blown back 20 feet. The facade of a high school entrance tore apart. During a tour shortly after midnight on Wednesday, officials and police from Stanhope …

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Meteor may rip through the night sky of N.J., while a bright fireball is reported on the east coast

Hundreds of people in New Jersey and on the East Coast reported seeing a seemingly meteor-like sky late Tuesday night. The American Meteor Society claimed to have received 325 reports from New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, North Carolina, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Virginia, and Vermont about a bright fireball that occurred just before 11pm the horizon shoots. Several people …

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ICE illegally arrests 123 immigrants in the country during a weeklong tour of N.J.

Federal authorities illegally arrested 123 immigrants in the United States during a weeklong tour of New Jersey, which included 14 counties. The ICE's execution and removal operations were directed against immigrants previously convicted under the influence of US immigration and the Customs said Monday when it announced the arrests. ICE officials said 90% of the detainees were either convicted or …

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This mayor of N.J. says, maybe we should tax commuters from NYC to retaliate for "overpricing".

New Jersey drivers are used to heavy traffic entering Manhattan, but "congestion charges" are something else and possibly even more annoying. Lawmakers in New York have passed a first-in-the-nation plan yet to pay indefinite fees to motorists arriving south of 61st Street in Manhattan, possibly starting in 2021. The stated goal of the stealing cost estimate is to to reduce …

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