Marijuana wasn’t legalized in New York this year for adult, recreational use because state lawmakers couldn’t agree on a host of issues surrounding the drug, but now the New York State Bar Association says it plans to weigh in on that conversation.

More than two dozen attorneys with the State Bar’s Cannabis Law Committee are set to examine the issue in the coming months to help provide guidance and inform lawmakers on some of their unanswered questions.

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