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N.J. should allow medical patients, low-wage earners to grown their own marijuana

N.J. should allow medical patients, low-wage earners to grown their own marijuana

David L. Nathan, MD, DFAPA

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December 10, 2020
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DFCR Founder and President David Nathan authors an opinion piece regarding home grow rights in New Jersey. Article excerpt:

As the New Jersey Legislature crafts legislation that will put meat on the bones of the successful cannabis legalization ballot initiative, one topic has received increasing public attention. Once called a “non-starter” by some legislators, the right of New Jerseyans to cultivate (or “home grow”) a limited number of cannabis plants has become a real possibility.

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David L. Nathan, MD, DFAPA

David L. Nathan, MD, DFAPA

David L. Nathan, MD, DFAPA (DFCR Founder, Past President) is a psychiatrist, writer, and educator in Princeton NJ. He is a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. While maintaining a full-time private practice, he serves as Director of Continuing Medical Education for the Princeton HealthCare System (PHCS) and Director of Professional Education at Princeton House Behavioral Health (PHBH). While serving on the steering committee of New Jersey United For Marijuana Reform (NJUMR.org), Dr. Nathan was surprised by the absence of any national organization to act as the voice of physicians who wish to guide our nation along a well-regulated path to cannabis legalization. This need was the inspiration for Doctors for Cannabis Regulation.