New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has reached a deal with medical marijuana legislators to allow for more growth and distributions centers than originally planned.

    A report from the Associated Press says Christie will allow for six growth and distribution centers in the state, but will continue to limit the drug’s potency. The compromise might be enough to stop legislators from rejecting medical marijuana proposals from Christie’s administration.

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