ALBANY – State legislators make last-minute push to legalize recreational potential before the official end of the legislature on June 19 Executive, Assembly and Senate are underway.
"We are discussing laws and hoping for good progress," Senate spokesman Mike Murphy said, printed to the post office until Sunday night – but they cut it on the line.
New bills and changes have to "age" by law for three days before the Poles can vote on it.
If the bills are printed on Sunday, the legislator may vote on the last official day of the meeting, Wednesday.
If the timing is not right, Cuomo can bypass the usual process with a "message of necessity" that allows lawmakers to vote. 1
However, some lawmakers claim that they are uncomfortable with the negotiations at the eleventh hour. "
In the Senate, legislators in suburbs – especially the Long Island delegation – have held and cited risks such as driving disruptions.
However, a recent survey at Siena College found that 55 percent of voters in the suburbs and 59 percent of New Yorkers in the backcountry are legal. Fifty-two percent of New Yorkers do so.
Of all New Yorkers, 40 percent said they hoped the measure would die.
Three-quarters of voters under the age of 35 are on board.
And 53 percent of them Republicans began to legally token.
"It will be very interesting to see if they have the votes," said John Flanagan (R-Suffolk), chairman of the Senate Minority, on Friday over which Dems New Jersey died in March. Most states with legal influence had to submit the subject to voters in a referendum.