The New York State Bar Association’s house of delegates on Friday will consider a report that recommends legalizing recreational use of marijuana in the state.

The report from the bar’s cannabis law committee proposes that any legislation creating a regulated adult-use market include mandated testing, the creation of an office of cannabis management, a tax structure and “opt out” language allowing municipalities to ban marijuana operations.

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