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Jan 05

New York WILL Be The Next Medical Marijuana State

Just Announced: New York Governor Andrew Cuomo released a statement tonight that his state of the union speech next week will include an announcement of an executive order making medical cannabis legal. After this comes to be New York will become the 22nd state where qualified patients will have legal access to cannabis as a …

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Dec 12

New York State Legislators Announce Marijuana Legalization Bill

At a press conference this morning, New York Assembly Health Committee Chairman Richard Gottfried (D-Manhattan) and state Senator Liz Krueger (D-Manhattan) announced their intent to introduce legislation to legalize the possession, cultivation, and retail sale of cannabis. Speaking at the press conference, the Assembly bill’s sponsor Rep. Gottfried said, “We really need to move beyond …

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Dec 12

New York State Legislators Announce Marijuana Legalization Bill

At a press conference this morning, New York Assembly Health Committee Chairman Richard Gottfried (D-Manhattan) and state Senator Liz Krueger (D-Manhattan) announced their intent to introduce legislation to legalize the possession, cultivation, and retail sale of cannabis. Speaking at the press conference, the Assembly bill’s sponsor Rep. Gottfried said, “We really need to move beyond …

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Dec 10

Indiana: Latest Red State To Go ‘Green’

A majority of Indiana residents believe that marijuana should be legally regulated like alcohol and nearly 80 percent of Hoosiers support taxing it, according to recently released statewide polling data released by the Bowen Center for Public Affairs at Ball State University. Fifty-two percent of respondents said that cannabis “should be regulated like alcohol.” Forty-five …

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Nov 25

NORML Argues State Prosecutors Can’t Justify Police Searches Based on Smell

NORML filed an “amicus curiae” brief with the state supreme appellate court on Friday, November 22, urging the court to enforce the limits on police searches set by 2008′s voter-initiative state decriminalization law, which eliminating police searches and arrests for possession of small amounts of marijuana. Attorneys Michael Cutler of Northampton and Steven Epstein of …

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