A New Jersey state ballot question that would “greenlight” adult-use cannabis legalization has pulled in $2.1 million in contributions. Two entities, Building Stronger Communities Action Fund Inc and NJ Can 2020, raised the majority of these funds. The opposition raised just $9,913, according to the latest ELEC records, released Thursday. “Assuming all available funds are spent, the marijuana ballot question already ranks eighth among the top ten most expensive public referenda in the Garden State,” Jeff Brindle, executive director of New Jersey’s Election Law Enforcement Commission, said in a statement.
Nushin Rashidian, Cannabis Wire, 10/28/2020 20:00:00