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ALBANY – Lawmakers are making a last-ditch effort, sans Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, to enact legislation to legalize marijuana in New York State.

But the clock is ticking and the State Senate as of Tuesday evening still did not have the votes to pass a measure, even as a newly amended version – in a bid to lure fence-sitting lawmakers – was making the rounds of lawmakers’ offices.

On Wednesday morning, sources involved in the negotiations said the legalization effort died overnight.

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