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gta san crack The Department of Health has weighed the risks and benefits—and the economics—of legalizing adult use of marijuana in the state. Not that there were any doubts where the agency would end up, but at least now it's official. The "positive effects" of a legal, regulated market "outweigh the potential negative impacts," the agency concluded in a report released today.

gop senate crack up wsj Gov. Andrew Cuomo, a longtime legalization opponent, asked DOH in January to take a fresh look at the issue in recognition of the fact that New York would soon be surrounded by states that had legalized adult use or were considering it. The study's release, originally scheduled for the fall, was moved up after the governor's Democratic primary challenger, Cynthia Nixon, made legalization central to her campaign.

descargar crack the amazing spiderman pc español Last month DOH Commissioner Howard Zucker announced that the report would come out in favor of allowing adult use.

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lil bibby free crack album download The 75-page "Assessment of the Potential Impact of Regulated Marijuana in New York State," which now goes to the governor for review, devotes considerable space to the most potent political issue in the debate: the outsize impact the laws have had on low-income and minority residents, who have been arrested and penalized at far higher rates than whites who have been caught with the drug.

logview crack In addition to concluding that legalization would "address an important social justice issue," the report blames "overprosecution" on the Legislature for failing to heed the governor's call in 2012 to treat possession as a violation, not a misdemeanor. A regulated program, it states, "should include provisions to address the collateral consequences of prior criminal convictions for marijuana possession or use, such as barriers to housing and education."

scribblenauts unlimited keygen Not surprisingly, advocates of legalization welcomed the findings.

crock pot chicken soup low carb "Now that the report has been released and its conclusions presented, we are hopeful that the governor and the Legislature can shift from the 'if' to examining the 'how' to legalize marijuana," Chris Alexander, policy coordinator for the Drug Policy Alliance, said in a statement. "Any movement to legalize marijuana must also include broad record-clearing provisions, must create a diverse and inclusive industry, and guarantee significant community reinvestment to repair the harm that has been done."

crack cle wep sans station The report also found that a regulated market would cut costs related to policing and prosecution and could deliver millions of dollars in tax revenue. Estimates range from $248 million to $678 million annually, depending on the rate of taxation and the price per ounce in a legal market.

nowa atlantyda crack If New York were to allow recreational use, it would be following in the footsteps of other states that started out by legalizing medical use of the drug, as New York did in 2014. But despite the report's virtually unqualified support of legalization, Cuomo, if he chooses that path, would still have to win over the Legislature. Republicans, who control the state Senate, have long resisted the idea.

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