Written By: Joseph Spector and Jon Campbell, Albany Bureau
Orginally Posted to Democrat and Chronicle
March 11, 2019
ALBANY – Legalizing marijuana in New York, once hoped to be part of the state budget this month, will likely have to wait until later in the year.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who had pressed lawmakers to get a deal in the budget, said Monday it is increasingly unlikely that an agreement will be reached by the start of the fiscal year April 1.
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