Like many roads in New Jersey, the road to medical marijuana is turning out to be a bumpy one. The state legislature yesterday voted 22-16 to reject Governor Chris Christie's proposed pot plans, sending them back to his office to be rewritten. Christie's rules, they felt, were too strict. Speaking against Christie's rules, State Senator Nicholas Scutari said the gov needs to work toward "a real compromise so people who want to be in the business, and sick people who desperately need this medicine can get together in a way that is legal and viable." The delay means that pot probably won't be peddled legally starting in July as previously planned. Harsh, man.