New Jersey has no DPC laws at present and Senate President Stephen Sweeney (representing the third legislative district) supports DPC and is purportedly planning to sponsor DPC legislation at some point. At least one DPC practice appears to be operating within the state. Be sure to review the New Jersey insurance laws (Title 17(B) - Justia citation) when planning your DPC practice, note that New Jersey makes it very difficult to conduct any in-office dispensing. NJ Rev Stat § 45:9-22.11 also makes it clear that "A physician shall not dispense more than a seven-day supply of drugs or medicines to any patient. The drugs or medicines shall be dispensed at or below the cost the physician has paid for the particular drug or medicine, plus an administrative cost not to exceed 10% of the cost of the drug or medicine." There are exceptions if you practice any of the following settings "hospital emergency room, a student health center at an institution of higher education, or a publicly subsidized community health center, family planning clinic or prenatal clinic."