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Since New York's medical marijuana program rolled out in January, only 2039 patients have registered to participate. Of those, only half are estimated to have purchased medical marijuana.
Albany, mired in a slew of corruption scandals, now has the opportunity to end this legislative session on the moral high ground.
The state of New York could legalize marijuana for recreational use as early as 2015. Earlier this summer, New York became
This "in public view" loophole has meant jail time and criminal records for thousands of New Yorkers, most of whom are minorities
I have been a proponent of something called the "Box Canyon" theory of medical marijuana for six years now. Simply put, it means that if you fight only for medical marijuana, your marijuana will become only medical.
The legislation would make New York the 23rd state in the country to legalize the drug for medical use. Sen. Diane Savino
Savino has said she has 40 votes in the senate, including from five Republicans, which is enough for the bill to pass if
New York state is moving closer and closer to legalizing medical marijuana. The co-leaders of the ruling Senate Majority
The new poll is welcome news to medical marijuana advocates in New York, many of whom were disappointed by the limited medical
Every day I receive calls from patients and caregivers who want me to explain to them why the Senate has refused to vote on the Compassionate Care Act, a bill that would establish a carefully regulated medical marijuana program in New York.
While anecdotal evidence gives reasons for patients to be encouraged by the use of the strain, doctors urge caution. Oliver