Eric Adams, Andrew Yang Express Cannabis Concerns During NYC's Mayoral Debate Before Early Voting Begins

The New York City mayoral primaries are fast approaching, with early voting starting Saturday, June 12. The Democratic primary, essentially a race for mayor in the Democrat-heavy city, is heating up.

On Thursday, the five candidates leading in the polls took part in one more debate before citizens begin casting their ranked-choice ballots. 

One Candidate Strikes A Concerned Stance

Brooklyn Borough President and former NYPD Captain Eric Adams struck a bold stance during Thursday night's debate, stating his concerns over second-hand cannabis smoke. He also called for additional regulations.

Adams said he was concerned …

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