New York’s upcoming medical marijuana program will look nothing like California's, where “green cards” may be issued for everything from insomnia to headaches.
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Whoopi Goldberg has some criticisms of New York’s recently enacted medical marijuana law, and some questions for Governor Andrew Cuomo.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office will direct the state Department of Health to speed up the implementation of the state’s medical marijuana program for children who have epilepsy, an administration official on Wednesday morning confirmed.
On July 7, New York became the 23rd US state to legalize medical marijuana. But New Yorkers can’t light up a celebratory joint yet.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and state legislators announced Thursday that they have agreed on a path forward to legalize medical marijuana in the state.
Governor Andrew Cuomo has rejected a medical marijuana bill newly amended by lawmakers to address some concerns he has raised in negotiations, which continued Tuesday.
Most New Yorkers support Gov. Andrew Cuomo's plan to allow the use of medical marijuana in a pilot program in up to 20 hospitals, according to a poll released on Monday.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) plans to use his executive powers to allow the limited use of medical marijuana, the New York Times reported Sunday.
The progressive capital of the nation doesn't need a draconian marijuana policy.
The Democrats who control the State Assembly, many of them black or Latino residents of New York City, saw a proposal to decriminalize the open possession of small amounts of marijuana as a simple matter of justice: too many black and Latino men were being arrested because, after being stopped by the police, they were forced to empty their pockets.