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Some Travel Required With Only 3 Local N.J. Marijuana Dispensaries in TAPinto Country

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TAPintoTravels - With Governor Murphy’s expansion of access to medical marijuana, more patients will be seeking the treatment.  There are only 5 dispensaries in New Jersey, so most patients will have to travel for their prescriptions.

TAPinto communities hosts 2 of the current locations in Cranbury and Montclair.  

Breakwater Treatment & Wellness in Cranbury is located off of I-95, so it easily accessible by automobile or a ride share service like Lyft.  Mass transit options are limited, so disabled patients will be more challenged to reach the location.

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Greenleaf Compassion Center in Montclair is within several blocks of NJ Transit’s Montclair-Boonton Bay and Walnut Street stops.

Garden State Dispensary, located in Woodbridge, is not serviced by a TAPinto bureau.  The dispensary is accessible by car, but not easily by mass transit.

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