Is it Legal to Legalize Marijuana in New York?

Legalizing marijuana is still a long way off.

New York Gov.

Andrew Cuomo has repeatedly said that he is not in favor of it.

But that hasn’t stopped the state’s politicians from pushing for legalization.

Now a new study suggests that legal marijuana could help New Yorkers who suffer from chronic pain, epilepsy, autism, depression and more.

The study, conducted by researchers at New York University’s School of Medicine and conducted by a team of researchers, looked at more than 300 people who suffer chronic pain.

These patients are typically people with cancer, ALS or other neurological diseases.

Some of them also have other health conditions that can be associated with chronic pain and have high blood pressure, which is associated with high rates of stroke and heart attacks.

The researchers found that people who smoked marijuana for their pain relief had a significantly lower risk of developing a stroke or heart attack, but not of developing cancer.

And the researchers also found that these patients were less likely to suffer a stroke if they smoked marijuana regularly.

But while some people with chronic disease might benefit from marijuana, the research also suggests that it could be beneficial for other conditions.

The researchers also looked at the patients’ symptoms and the amount of marijuana they used, which was different for each patient.

And they found that marijuana may help people who have other conditions such as arthritis, fibromyalgia, PTSD and chronic pain that are associated with a lack of access to marijuana.

These conditions, in turn, could benefit people who use marijuana regularly because they tend to improve the quality of their lives, the researchers write.

They also found there was a significant correlation between marijuana use and other conditions that are related to chronic pain such as epilepsy, depression, PTSD, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and fibromyalgic disorders.

And although this study only looked at marijuana use among people who used it regularly, the authors note that “potentially millions of people who would otherwise not benefit from medical marijuana would be able to benefit from it” if marijuana were legal.