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Advocates Welcome New York as 23rd Medical Marijuana State but Object to Overly Restrictive Law

Advocates Welcome New York as 23rd Medical Marijuana State but Object to Overly Restrictive Law

Albany, NY — Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a bill into law today that makes New York the 23rd medical marijuana state. Patient advocates celebrated a deal struck last month between Gov. Cuomo and the state legislature that will protect qualified patients from arrest, prosecution, and discrimination, and license up to 20 distribution facilities across the state. However, concerns over some of the law’s onerous restrictions have compelled advocates to issue a report evaluating all the current medical marijuana laws in the U.S.

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