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Weed is Legalized in New York – Prior Marijuana Charges in NY to be Expunged
Weed is Legalized in New York – Prior Marijuana Charges in NY to be Expunged

Governor Andrew Cuomo and New York have recently passed the legalization of recreational marijuana use, through the Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act. “I just signed legislation legalizing adult-use cannabis,” tweeted Governor Cuomo. This act not only legalizes recreational use, but…

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