Listen: Marijuana, MTA And Mitchell Ause discussed on Michael Wallace and Steve Scott
"Ville, New Jersey in Mercer county could marijuana make your separate subway ride better. Here's WCBS reporter, Mike smells could making marijuana legal. L fix the city's crumbling transit system. Mitchell ause director of NYU's Ruben center for transportation argues. Yes, pot weed is the way to save our subways instead of a congestion pricing plan. Moss argues that New York should consider a cannabis pricing plant where the state would take the tax money made off the sale of legal marijuana and use it for modernizing, the MTA we are now at a point where thirty years ago said can we legalize the lottery report schools, and he is not good? But now, the lotteries marijuana's physician debating, it we should be acting on it. The state projects as much as seven hundred million dollars a year in tax revenue could be brought in if marijuana was legalized that newly found money could help lawmakers as they work to figure out how to pay for the MTA says forty billion dollar ten years subway modernisation plan bikes melts WCBS, NewsRadio eighty investigators"