The Liberty Bell Temple and the NJ Weedman's Joint restaurant are operated Edward Forchion, the NJ Weedman.

Ed Forchion has been battling unjust cannabis prohibition laws for many years. 

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We welcome visitors to the Liberty Bell Temple to share in the medicinal and sacramental use of cannabis.

In the spirit of Rosa Parks and the civil rights protesters, we protest unjust cannabis prohibition laws.

 

Liberty Bell Temple III

Coexist - Spirituality - Reasoning

The Liberty Bell Temple III, llc is a religious organization that accepts the spirituality of the "ganja-tree", it is the sacrament of our faith. This organization is a subsidiary of The Liberty Bell Temple II ( Ca - 3144387) founded in 2009 as a non-profit religious organization.

CONGREGATION - MEMBERSHIPS

Over 25 - must agree to CREED and smoke a bowl


While the use and possession of marijuana for the most part illegal in New Jersey the Sanctuary offers a place for members regardless of their card carrying status to come and relax in a spiritual setting par-taking in the sacrament of the seed bearing plant - Cannabis.

Adhering to CUMMA ( Compassionate Use of Medial Marijuana Act - 2010) guidelines set forth by the state of New Jersey for the consumption of cannabis is strongly advised.

The US Supreme Court in CITY of NEWARK vs Fraternal Order of Police, 170 F.3d 359 (3d Cir. 1999) - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Police_v._City_of_Newark -

THE US SUPREME COURT has ruled that if a "seclude exemption" is made a "religious exemption" is required. In 2010 when the State of New Jersey made a secular medical exemption to the state's criminal marijuana laws, it must also provide for a "religious" exemption - thus the Liberty Bell Temple III's existance.

The US Supreme Court in:

CITY of NEWARK vs Fraternal Order of Police, 170 F.3d 359 (3d Cir. 1999) - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Police_v._City_of_Newark -

CITY of HIALEAH vs SANTERIA -                                                              https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Church_of_Lukumi_Babalu_Aye_v._City_of_Hialeah