New York’s schizophrenic stance on marijuana law reform


New York state Rep. Hakeem Jeffries rallies for marijuana reform in NYC.

On Tuesday the New York State Assembly passed, for the fifth time since it was introduced in 1997, the Compassionate Care Act. The bill would legalize medical marijuana in New York state, allowing sick New Yorkers relief from symptoms associated with cancer treatment, MS, epilepsy, and other ailments. With that vote, New York comes one step closer to joining the 21 others states and the District of Columbia where marijuana is legal in some form.
More over at the Village Voice.