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CaCao TV New Jersey's new governor Phil Murphy is in favor of legalizing marijuana in the state Throughout his campaign to become the governor of New Jersey, Phil Murphy had routinely embraced the idea of legalizing marijuana in the Garden State. Now, after having defeated his Republican challenger, Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno, the newly elected Democratic Governor is said to be moving swiftly to fulfill his campaign pledge to make marijuana legal for recreational use for people 21 and older
In 1664, after the English conquered New Netherland, King Charles II granted the former Dutch territories as a proprietary colony to his brother James, Duke of York, who later became King James II. The Duke divided the colony into New York and New Jersey, reserving New York for himself as the “Duke’s province” and giving New Jersey to his friends John, Lord Berkeley, and Sir George Carteret. Berkeley and Carteret eventually sold their shares to other investors, called proprietors, resulting in the division in 1676 of the colony into East and West Jersey. From the outset of the grant from the Duke of York to Berkeley and Carteret, jurisdictional disputes arose between New York and New Jersey. Before he learned about the gift to Berkeley and Carteret, Governor Richard Nicolls of New York ma...