New York’s Shaky Legal Marijuana Rollout

New York’s Shaky Legal Marijuana Rollout

Marist New York State Poll

While majorities of New Yorkers are broadly supportive of the state’s three-year-old law legalizing the sale and recreational use of marijuana, the widely panned rollout has hit a nerve in New York City. Nearly three in ten city residents (29%) say the problem of illegal weed shops is very serious while only 14% of suburban residents and 11% of upstaters say the same.

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