Judge orders town to pay for man’s medical marijuana. What that could mean for NJ

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Public employers in New Jersey could soon be on the hook for medical marijuana for employees injured on the job after a recent workers’ compensation decision.

A judge last month ordered Freehold Township to reimburse Steven McNeary for the marijuana he uses to treat his muscular spasticity, a decision that could set precedent in New Jersey, especially as more people are now able to qualify for the medical marijuana program.

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