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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has legalized marijuana in the state and may just change the future for all New Yorkers.
Approval of weed legalization is at an all-time high. Take a look at how getting baked became part of our culture.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration has estimated that the legalization could bring the state about $350 million annually.
A circuit judge ruled that the measure, which was approved by voters last fall, would have created broad changes to state government.
Four states — Arizona, New Jersey, South Dakota and Montana — just legalized recreational cannabis. Mississippi voted to legalize medicinal marijuana.
The former vice president is still worried marijuana is a “gateway” drug, even though scientists have found no solid evidence to support that claim.
Approval of weed legalization is at an all-time high. Take a look at how getting baked became part of our culture.
Polling shows 63 percent of New Yorkers want to legalize marijuana, and Cuomo just might make it happen.
“Support for legalization is growing rapidly around the country, and it is translating into victories at the polls and in state legislatures," a policy reform advocate said.
Sixty-two percent of Americans are in favor of legalizing marijuana as more and more states move toward legalization.