New Jersey senators today voted to require Gov. Chris Christie to rewrite medical marijuana regulations to better suit patients’ needs. Already passed by the Assembly, the Senate voted 22-16 that Christi’s regulations are too strict to keep patients from buying the drug illegally on the street, an Associated Press Report says.

    Christie now has 30 days to comply before the regulations are invalid.

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