Bill Would Require Comp Payers To Cover Medical Marijuana

 Wednesday, October 10, 2018

 businessinsurance

A New Jersey lawmaker on Friday filed a bill that would require workers compensation carriers to pay for medical marijuana.

A.B. 4505, introduced by Assemblyman John J. Burzichelli, D- Cumberland/Gloucester/Salem, would amend the state’s medical marijuana statute, affecting how the drug is covered under liability stemming from personal-injury protection insurance policies and that of workers compensation.
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