JUN 18, 2019 | 8:03 PM
Originally posted to NYDaily News

ALBANY — It’s still a little hazy.

The fate of legislation legalizing marijuana in New York is still unclear as the clock ticks down toward Wednesday’s end of session deadline and lawmakers openly weighed other options.

Legislators are buzzing about a new measure that would decriminalize cannabis and expunge records for certain past marijuana criminal offenses as well as expand the existing medical marijuana program and aid the growing hemp industry. But the plan stops short of legalizing the sale of adult-use pot.

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