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New Jersey recently became the 14th state to pass a medical marijuana law, allowing the use of cannabis to treat certain medical conditions, but Gov. Chris Christie has asked for a six to 12 month delay. With so little information about how New Jersey’s program will work, The Star-Ledger visited two states with existing cannabis laws -- New Mexico, which the New Jersey Legislature looks to as a model of a responsible medical marijuana program, and Colorado, which has lax laws and is seen by some as a state that has lost control. Video by John Munson; Story by Susan K. LivioVideo by John Munson | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

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