ALBANY – State lawmakers make a last-minute push to legalize the outer pot before the official conclusion of the legislative session on June 19.
A leading Cuomo administration official at Saturday confirmed in The Post that three negotiations between
"We are discussing the law and hope to make good progress," said state Senate spokesman Mike Murphy at The Post.
Many sources have said in the Post that lawmakers are trying to get bills
New bills and amendments must be legal "age" within three days before they can vote on them.
If the charges are printed Sunday, Legislators may vote on the last official day of the session, Wednesday.
If time does not work, Cuomo has the power to skip the usual process through a "demand message," which enables legislators to vote.  Both the Assembly and the Senate conferred the measure extensively over the past week.
But some law builders say they are uncomfortable with 11-hour negotiations.
One member of the Assembly told The Post that they were hoping "the deals will fall."
In the Senate, suburban crowd-especially the Long Island-delegation, have been citing risks such as driving disabilities.
But a recent poll of Siena College found 55 percent of suburban voters and 59 percent of New Yorkers upstrates support the legal pottery.
From all New Yorkers, 40 percent reported hoping that the measure died
Three percent of voters under the age of 35 were on board
And 53 Percentage of Republicans is taken into legal application.
"It is remarkable to see if they have votes," said Minority Leader Senator John Flanagan (R-Suffolk) about the Dems on Friday.
Efforts to legalize marijuana recreation in New Jersey Dies in March. Most states with legal pottery must place the issue on voters, in a referendum.