TRENTON, N.J. — New Jersey lawmakers’ effort to legalize marijuana has failed to convince Gov. Chris Christie to get behind the change, meaning it will be on the state’s next governor to decide the issue.
Christie ridiculed a hearing last week in the Democrat-led Senate on new legislation making its way through the statehouse to legalize marijuana as a “dog-and-pony show.”
“I’m not changing my mind on that,” said Christie, a longtime opponent of legalizing marijuana.
New Jersey voters go to the polls Nov. 7 to pick the term-limited Republican’s successor and a major…