Disagreement remains over passage of medical marijuana bill as legislative session wraps in Albany


There is concern over how much marijuana patients would be allotted each month.

There are several issues holding up an agreement on a medical marijuana law as this year's legislative session comes to a close in Albany.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo threw a monkey wrench into the negotiations by insisting that any legislation to legalize marijuana for medical purposes should expire in five years. That timeframe would be considered a testing period. Lawmakers would then have to vote...

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