New York Senate to Consider Medical Marijuana Bill

New York could be the next state to legalize marijuana use. A state senator from downstate introduced a bill that would legalize medical marijuana.

A Pew Research Center study shows for the first time in history, a majority of Americans support legal marijuana, 52 percent.

Medical marijuana is already legal in 18 states and the District of Columbia.

Colorado and Washington State have legalized the drug completely.

But despite momentum in support of legal Canibus, allowing the very ill to use the drug as a medical treatment in New York faces an uphill battle.

Diane Savino, a democratic state senator from Staten Island, is sponsoring the bill.

– Read the entire article at The WKBW 7.

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5 Comments

  1. Anonymous on

    Bullshit that they say only people with life threatening diseases can use medical marijuana if it passes. A lot more people can benefit from it. Fuckin hate New York

  2. Anonymous on

    Bullshit that they say only people with life threatening diseases can use medical marijuana if it passes. A lot more people can benefit from it. Fuckin hate New York

  3. Tony Aroma on

    They can’t even pass a law that requires NYC cops to follow the law.