N.J. Cannabis Legalization Takes Next Steps By Making Final Picks To Cannabis Commission

Maria Del Cid and William Wallace were the last appointments to the commission

Gov. Phil Murphy has announced his last picks to serve on the Cannabis Regulatory Commission, completing the panel that will undertake the job of regulating the legal marijuana industry and licensing new dispensaries and growers.

Murphy on Thursday announced the appointments of Maria Del Cid, the director of the Office of Policy and Legislative Services at the state Department of Health, and William Wallace of the United Food and Commercial Workers.

“As we move forward to establish a legal adult-use cannabis marketplace, we could not have a better slate of appointees to lead these efforts,” Murphy said in a statement.“It will take time before we see legal adult-use sales begin, but I know that each and every one of these individuals will act to ensure that the marketplace for adult-use recreational cannabis is equitable, fair, and inclusive of all communities.”

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