Medical Marijuana in New York State

Thursday, January 09, 2014

Governor Andrew Cuomo during his election-year State of the State address in January. (Judy Sanders - Office of the Governor/flickr)

In his State of the State Address Wednesday, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that New York will begin a medical marijuana program on a limited basis. Jim Rendon, freelance writer and author of the book Super-Charged: How Hippies, Outlaws, and Scientists Reinvented Marijuana, looks at the plan.


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Comments [5]

jf from the future

If this wasn't a white wash again you would mention that marijuana CURES ALL CANCERS schizophrenia is caused by a lack of cannabinoids, cannabis cures 500 diseases, and treats thousands. Look it up for once!

Jan. 09 2014 04:52 PM
foodaggro from Brooklyn

I love you, Sweet Leaf, though you can't hear ...

Jan. 09 2014 01:42 PM
William B from NYC

Back in the late 60s/early 70s, I bought THC pills. They were small, off white with blue flecks. Don't recall the manufacturer. They were potent.

Jan. 09 2014 01:40 PM
John A

"Can't cope with reality" is not a valid health issue, I believe.

Jan. 09 2014 01:38 PM
Hal from NYC

Are there sources for domestically produced hashish in the any of the legal states?

Jan. 09 2014 01:38 PM

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