Gov. Chris Christie stressed once again Monday night that he will never support the legalization of marijuana in New Jersey — especially after a recent study examining the effects of casual pot use.
The Republican governor has long been opposed to legalizing recreational marijuana in New Jersey. But a resident who called into Christie's monthly radio show argued that legal pot is inevitable and could lead to more tax revenue and even more jobs for the state.
"Let me just stop you right there," Christie said on 101.5-FM. "You say it's going to come down the road. You know when it may come down the road? When I'm gone."