Due to Covid-19, all New York State restaurants are limited to takeout or delivery services only. Below is a list of restaurants that are offering services to the public during this time.  If we forgot your favorite local restaurant, please email Sean Kelsey at SKelsey@NaveTeam.com to the details. Note:  Some restaurants may have been forced to temporarily closed since we created this list, if so, let us know.


Angotti’s Family Restaurant – Offering takeout. 315-472-8403. Located at 725 Burnet Ave Syracuse, New York 13203

Angry Garlic – Offering takeout and delivery 5-mile radius Tuesday-Sunday from 12:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. 315-303-0453. Located at 29 Oswego Street Baldwinsville, New York 13027

Apizza Regionale – Offering takeout and curbside pick-up. 315-802-2607. Located at 260 W Genesee St Syracuse, New York 13202

Avicolli’s Restaurant – Offering takeout, curbside pick-up, and delivery. 315-622-5100. Located at 7839 Oswego Rd Liverpool, New York 13090

Bagelicous of Bayberry– Offering takeout 6 am-12:30 pm during the week and 7-12:30 pm on the weekends.  315-652-6007. Located at 7608 Oswego Road, Liverpool, NY 13090

Bear Creek Restaurant – Offering takeout and pay at the window. 315-668-2327. Located at 5480 Bartell Road Brewerton, New York 13029

Beer Belly Deli & Pub – Offering takeout and beer to-go. 315-299-7533. Located at 510 Westcott St Syracuse, New York 13210

Bosco’s Village Pub – Offering takeout 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. 315-484-1222. Located at 201 Cogswell Ave Solvay, New York 13209

Borio’s Restaurant – Offering takeout 4:30 – 9 p.m on Tuesdays, Noon – 9 pm on Wednesday – Saturday, 1 – 7 p.m. on Sunday. 315-699-2249. Located at 8891 McDonnell’s Pkwy, Cicero, New York 13039

Brewster Inn – Offering takeout. 315-655-9232. Located at 6 Ledyard Ave., Cazenovia, New York 13035

Brian’s Landing – Offering takeout and delivery Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday from 11:30 a.m. – 8 p.m. 315-299-5242. Located at 6523 E Seneca Turnpike, Jamesville, New York 13078

Brine Well Eatery – Offering pick up and takeout. 315-671-2185. 128 E. Jefferson Street, Downtown.  Open Tuesday-Saturday 11 am-7 pm.  315-299-4162

Brooklyn Pickle – Offering takeout. 315-671-2185. 2222 Burnet Ave, Syracuse, New York 13206.

BulBul Middle Eastern Cuisine – Offering takeout. 315-399-5858. 7421 Oswego Road, Glenn Crossings Plaza, Liverpool, NY 13090

Bull and Bear Roadhouse – Offering takeout and delivery at all locations. Locations and phone numbers listed here.

Cathy’s Cookie Kitchen – Offering takeout and delivery Noon – 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 1-4 p.m. pm Saturdays. 315-263-9363. Located at 266. W. Jefferson Street Syracuse, New York 13202

Cafe Bing Cicero – Offering takeout and curbside pick-up Tuesday-Friday from 7 a.m. – Noon. Saturday-Sunday from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m . 315-915-3213. Located at 5962 Route 31, Unit 13 Cicero, New York 13039

Café Kubal – Offering takeout and online bean orders at all locations. Locations and phone numbers listed here.

Cayuga Wine Trail – While tastings are not currently going on, many wineries are offering curbside pickup and delivery. Details, here.

Change of Pace Sports Bar – Offering takeout 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. 315-472-4409. Located at 1802 Grant Blvd Syracuse, New York 13208.

Clinton Street Pub – Offering takeout and delivery. 315-424-1187. 127 W Fayette St Syracuse, New York 13202

Coleman’s Authentic Irish Pub – Offering takeout 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. 315-476-1933. Located at 100 S Lowell Ave Syracuse, New York 13204

Columbus Baking Company – Offering bread, pizza kits, meatballs, etc. 315-422-2913. Located at 502 Pearl St Syracuse, New York 13203

Cure Delicatessen and Provisions – Offering takeout and curbside pick-up from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Tuesday – Sunday. 315-522-3299. Located at 466 Westcott Street, Syracuse, New York 13210.

Defi Cuisine Corp. – Offering a takeout menu that you can find on their Facebook page weekly. Email info@deficuisinecorp.com to place your order on a first-come, first-serve basis. 208 W Water Street, Syracuse, New York 13202. Phone: 315-907-0202

Dinosaur BBQ – Offering takeout, curbside pick-up, and delivery. 315-476-4937. 246 W Willow St Syracuse, New York 13202

Dolce Vita – Offering takeout. 315-475-4700. Located at 907 E. Genesee Street, Syracuse, NY 13210

Edible Arrangements – Offering delivery for fruit salads, arrangements, and fresh produce baskets at both the Syracuse and Camillus locations. Phone numbers and locations listed here

Elephant And The Dove – Offering takeout. (315) 685-2123 – Located at 9 E. Genesee Street Skaneateles, New York 13152. View their menu here.

The Evergreen – Offering takeout and delivery from 3-8 p.m. 315-870-3500. Located 125 E Water St Syracuse, New York 13202.

Fargo Bar & Grill – Offering takeout. 315-364-8006. Located at 384 Main Street, Aurora, NY 13026.

Finally Ours Diner – Offering takeout from 6 a.m. – 1 p.m. 315-928-6857. Located at 3788 W Seneca Tpke Syracuse, New York 13215

Francesca’s Pizza & Italian Kitchen – Offering takeout and delivery. 315-451-1200. Located 207 Oswego St Liverpool, New York 13088

Franco’s Pizzeria and Deli– Offering takeout.  315-475-1100.  Located at 901 E. Genesee Street, Syracuse, NY 13210

Funk ‘n Waffles – Offering takeout, order online, or delivery via Grubhub/Doordash/UberEats. 315-474-1060. Located at 307-13 S Clinton St Syracuse, New York 13202

Glazed and Confused – Offering takeout or free delivery. 315-214-5544. Located at 211 N Clinton St Syracuse, New York 13202.

Good Buddy’s Pub – Offering takeout or delivery through DoorDash. 315-412-0201. Located at 4002 W. Genesee Street, Camillus, New York 13219

Grotto – Offering takeout. 315-214-8911. Located at 101 S. Main Street, North Syracuse, NY 13212

Home Team Pub – Offering takeout or delivery. Just place your order on hometeampub.com. 315-622-6262. Located at 7990 Oswego Road, Liverpool, NY 13090

India House Restaurant – Offering takeout and delivery via DoorDash. 315-451-1662. Located at 720 Old Liverpool Rd Liverpool, New York 13088

Jake Hafner’s Restaurant & Tavern – Offering takeout Monday-Saturday 11 a.m.- 7 p.m. 315-458-5108. Located at 5226 W Taft Rd North Syracuse, New York 13212

Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches – Offering takeout, drive-thru, and delivery at all three Syracuse locations. Phone numbers and locations listed here

Joey’s Italian Restaurant – Offering takeout and curbside pick-up Noon-6 p.m. 315-432-0315. Located at 6594 Thompson Rd Syracuse, New York 13206

Johnny Angel’s – Offering takeout, curbside pick-up, and delivery. 315-685-0100. Located at 22 Jordan St Skaneateles, New York 13152

JP Mulligans Restaurant – Offering takeout from 12-9 p.m. 315-637-2606. Located at 202 W Genesee St Fayetteville, New York 13066

Kasai Ramen – Offering takeout and delivery. 315-310-8500. Located at 218 Walton St. Syracuse, New York 13202

Kelley’s Bar and Restaurant – Offering from 12-8 p.m. 315-478-6773. Located at 5076 Velasko Rd Syracuse, New York 13215

Kitty Hoynes Irish Pub & Restaurant – Offering takeout. 315-424-1974. Located at 301 W Fayette St Syracuse, New York 13202

Kiki’s Authentic Greek Food – Offering takeout. 315-320-4390. Located at 64 West Genesee Street, Camillus, NY 13031

LakeHouse Pub – Offering takeout from 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. 315-554-8194. Located at 6 W Genesee St Skaneateles, New York 13152

Limp Lizard Bar & Grill – Offering takeout and delivery. 315-472-7831. Located at 4628 Onondaga Blvd Syracuse, New York 13219

Liehs and Steigerwald Downtown – Offering takeout and delivery via Grubhub. 315-474-2171. Located at 1857 Grant Blvd Syracuse, New York 13208

Manlius Fish Fry – Offering takeout and curbside pick-up. 315-692-8038. Located at 119 W. Seneca St. Manlius, New York 13104

Margarita’s Mexican Cantina – Offering takeout, delivery, and to-go margaritas. 315-299-5790. Located at 203 Walton St Syracuse, New York 13202

Middle Ages Brewing – Offering curbside pick-up and delivery. 315-476-4250. Located at 120 Wilkinson Street Syracuse, New York 13204

Moro’s Kitchen – Offering takeout and backlot pick-up. 315-685-6116. Located 28 Jordan St Skaneateles, New York 13152

Mother’s Cupboard – Offering takeout. 315-432-0942. Located at 3709 James St Syracuse, New York 13206

Nestico’s – Offering takeout. 315-458-5188

Nick and Angelo’s Ristorante– Offering takeout. 315-451-2702. Located at 7376 Oswego Road, Liverpool, NY 13909

Now & Later – Offering to-go beer and look out for a beer truck coming to a neighborhood near you! 315-422-0606. Located at 620 Ulster St Syracuse, New York 13204.

Original Italian Pizza – Offering takeout and free delivery Monday-Thursday 11 a.m. – 9 p.m and Friday-Saturday 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. Locations and phone numbers listed here. Order online available as well.

Original Grains – Offering takeout, curbside pick-up, and delivery via Grubhub/DoorDash/UberEats 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. Monday-Friday. 315-299-5011. Located at 302 S Salina St, Syracuse, New York 13202

Paladino’s Cicero Pizza – Offering takeout or delivery. Tuesday-Thursday 11 a.m.- 9 p.m. Friday-Saturday 11 a.m.- 10 p.m. 315-699-4004. Located at 8154 Brewerton Rd Cicero, New York 13039

Pastabilities – Offering takeout and curbside pick-up. 315-474-1153. Located 311 S Franklin St Syracuse, New York 13202

Peaks Coffee Company – Offering takeout and curbside pick up. 315-422-2748. Located at 1200 E Genesee Street, Syracuse, NY 13210

Peppino’s Syracuse – Offering takeout and delivery of a family-style menu. 315-474-3663. Located at 1849 Grant Blvd Syracuse, New York 13208

PB&J’s Lunch Box – Offering takeout and delivery. Free delivery up to a 5-mile radius. 315-940-0634. Located at 989 James St Syracuse, New York 13202

Provisions Bakery and Restaurant – Offering takeout and delivery. 315-472-3475. Located at 216 Walton St Syracuse, New York 13202

Recess Coffee Downtown – Offering takeout. 315-425-8969. Located at 110 Montgomery St Syracuse, New York 13202.

Red Chili – Offering takeout and delivery. 315-446-2882 Located at 2740 Erie Blvd East, Syracuse, NY 13224

Sam’s Chickenland – Offering takeout and delivery. 315-488-4555. Located at 527 Charles Ave, Syracuse, NY 13209

Sal’s New York Style Pizza & Restaurant – Offering takeout and delivery, family meals available. 315-638-8505. Located at 41 E Genesee street Baldwinsville, New York 13027

Salt City Coffee Co – Offering free bagged coffee delivery. 315-888-1138. Located at509 W. Onondaga Street, Syracuse, NY 13204

Salt City Soup Co – Offering takeout and curbside pick-up. 315-399-4000. Located at 301 Plainfield Road Syracuse, New York 13212

Scenic Root – Offering takeout. 315-682-3000. Located at 301 Fayette Street, Manlius, NY 13104.

Scotch ‘N Sirloin – Offering curbside pick-up food and bottled wine. 315-446-1771. Located at 3687 Erie Blvd E De Witt, New York 13214

Shifty’s Bar & Grill – Offering takeout from 5-10 p.m. Credit only. 315-474-0048. Located at 1401 Burnet Ave, Syracuse, New York 13206

Smoke Incorporated BBQ – Offering family meals delivered safely to your home. 315-558-1009.

Stingers Pizza Pub – Offering takeout food and beverages and delivery via Grubhub. 315-692-8100. Located at 4500 Pewter Lane, Building 3 Manlius, New York 13104

Strong Hearts Café – Offering takeout and delivery via Grubhub 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. 315-478-0000. Located at 719 E Genesee St Syracuse, New York 13210

Tassone’s Wine Garden – Offering takeout from 12-7 p.m. 315-635-5133. Located at 8113 Dexter Parkway Baldwinsville, New York 13027

The Brasserie Bar & Bistro – Offering takeout and curbside pick-up. 315-487-1073. Located at 200 Township Blvd Suite 20 Camillus, New York 13031

The Brine Well Eatery – Offering takeout and delivery via Grubhub/Postmates/Doordash Tuesday – Saturday 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. 315-299-4162. Located at 128 East Jefferson St Syracuse, New York 13202

The Chef & The Cook – Offering takeout between 4-7 p.m. 315-303-4159. Located at 7 Syracuse Street Baldwinsville, New York 13027

The Chickadee, Human Eatery – Offering takeout via online and free meals for those in need. 315-699-7044. Located at 8140 Brewerton Rd Cicero, New York 13039

The Chop House On Waring – Offering takeout from 5-9 p.m. 315-445-1976. Located at 200 Waring Rd Syracuse, New York 13224

The Fish Friar – Offering takeout. 315-468-3474. Located at 239 East Genesee St. Syracuse, New York 13202

The Gem Diner – Offering takeout. 315-314-7380. Located at 832 Spencer St Syracuse, New York 13204

The Hops Spot – Offering takeout and delivery via Grubhub/DoorDash. 315-646-2337. Located at 116 Walton Street Syracuse, New York 13202

The Krebs – Offering takeout through Elephant And The Dove. (315) 685-2123 – Located at 9 E. Genesee Street Skaneateles, New York 13152. View their menu here.

The Pies Guys – Offering takeout and delivery. 315-288-5400. Located at 447 S Main St North Syracuse, New York 13212

The Preserve at 405 – Offering takeout. 315-214-4399. Located at 405 Spencer St. Syracuse, New York 13204

The Retreat – Offering takeout and family-style meals after 4 p.m. 315-457-6358. Located at 302 Vine St Liverpool, New York 13088

The Sweet Praxis – Offering takeout and delivery 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. Monday – Sunday. 315-216-7797. Located at 203 E. Water Street Syracuse, New York 13202

The Town Tavern – Offering takeout. 315-214-3007. Located at 2119 Brewerton Road, Mattydale, NY 13211

The Wildcat Sports Pub – Offering takeout, delivery, and curbside pick-up 11 a.m.- 8 p.m. 315-487-2222. Located at 3680 Milton Ave Camillus, New York 13031

Toss & Fire Wood-Fired Pizza – Offering takeout, delivery, and delivery via Grubhub. 315-458-9380. 315 North Main Street North Syracuse, New York 13212

TRAPPERS II Pizza & Pub – Offering takeout, daily hours here. 315-656-7777. Located 101 N Main St Minoa, New York 13116

Tully’s Good Times – Offering takeout at all locations. Locations and phone numbers listed here.

Twin Trees Restaurant (Avery) – Offering takeout and delivery. 315-468-0622. Located at 1100 Avery Ave. Syracuse, New York 13204

Twin Trees Too – Offering takeout, curbside pick-up, and delivery. 315-488-6066. Located at 1029 Milton Ave, Syracuse, New York 13204

Wade’s Diner – Offering takeout and delivery from 6 a.m. – 1 p.m. 315-343-6429. Located at 176 E 9th St, Oswego, New York 13126

Water Street Bagel Company – Offering takeout and curbside delivery. 315-802-6925 Located at 239 E Water Street Syracuse, New York 13202

Woody’s Pub n Grub – Offering takeout, family meals, and delivery 12-9 p.m. Monday – Sunday. 315-454-4340 Located at 2803 Brewerton Rd #4 Mattydale, New York 13211

XO TACO – Offering takeout, curbside pick-up, and delivery via Grubhub. 315-303-1699. Located at 713 E Fayette St Syracuse, New York 13210


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Bill Cosby Released From Prison: But Why?

Bill Cosby has been released from prison. He walks among us again as a free man.


No, it’s not because he already served his sentence. It’s not because he was granted parole from his conviction, either. Nor did Pennsylvania’s Governor grant a pardon or issue clemency. Instead, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned Cosby’s conviction on appeal.


Cosby had reached an agreement with a former prosecutor, Bruce Castor, under which Cosby was not to be criminally charged for the incident which eventually resulted in his 2018 conviction. Castor has gained more recent notoriety as being a member of former President Donald Trump’s legal team during his second impeachment trial. In short, though, Castor, while chief prosecutor for Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, had reached a deal with Cosby under which Castor agreed to grant Cosby immunity from all prosecution related to the incident if Cosby agreed to testify at a civil trial initiated by his accuser, which was to take place in 2005.


That accuser was Andrea Constand. Constand accused Cosby of drugging and molesting her at his estate in 2004. At the time, Constand was a Temple University employee, a former professional basketball player who had risen to be the head of basketball operations at the university. Castor chose to grant Cosby immunity from prosecution because he felt prosecutors would have difficulty confirming the forensic evidence from the case, without Cosby’s prior admission to the crimes, at trial.


Instead, by granting Cosby immunity from prosecution, Castor sought to force Cosby’s hand into testifying at Constand’s civil trial against him. As the Pennsylvania Supreme Court wrote in its decision, “Seeking ‘some measure of justice’ for Constand, D.A. Castor decided that the Commonwealth would decline to prosecute Cosby for the incident involving Constand, thereby allowing Cosby to be forced to testify in a subsequent civil action, under penalty of perjury, without the benefit of his Fifth Amendment privilege against self-incrimination.” Cosby relied on this immunity while testifying at Constand’s civil trial. As the Pennsylvania Supreme Court noted, he “proceeded to provide four sworn depositions. During those depositions, Cosby made several incriminating statements.”


Yet, years later, a new prosecutor was elected in Montgomery County. Feeling unbound by his predecessor’s immunity agreement with Cosby, new District Attorney Kevin Steele brought charges against Cosby related to the 2004 incident with Constand.


At trial on those charges, Steele and his office used Cosby’s incriminating testimony at Constand’s 2005 civil trial against him. In fact, his testimony became a cornerstone of the People’s case. Ultimately, Cosby was convicted on three counts of aggravated indecent assault in April 2018. He was sentenced to a term of three to ten years in prison.


On appeal, however, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court found an issue with the revocation of Cosby’s immunity agreement simply because a new prosecutor had taken office. As the Court wrote, “When an unconditional charging decision is made publicly, and with the intent to induce action and reliance by the defendant, and when the defendant does so to his detriment (and in some instances upon the advice of counsel), denying the defendant the benefit of that decision is an affront to fundamental fairness, particularly when it results in a criminal prosecution that was foregone for more than a decade. No mere changing of the guard strips that circumstance of its inequity…A contrary result would be patently untenable. It would violate long-cherished principles of fundamental fairness. It would be antithetical to, and corrosive of, the integrity and functionality of the criminal justice system that we strive to maintain.”


The Court concluded, then, that “For these reasons, Cosby’s convictions and judgment of sentence are vacated, and he is discharged.”


Cosby was released from prison yesterday, shortly after the Court’s decision was announced. A spokesman for Cosby told reporters, upon his release, that “This is what we have been fighting for and this is justice and justice for Black America.” Sentiments were not shared by those in the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office. Mr. Steele, in a statement released Wednesday, noted “Cosby was found guilty by a jury and now goes free on a procedural issue that is irrelevant to the facts of the crime…My hope is that this decision will not dampen the reporting of sexual assaults by victims. Prosecutors in my office will continue to follow the evidence wherever and to whomever it leads. We still believe that no one is above the law – including those who are rich, famous, and powerful.”


Prosecutors could still, should they so choose, seek to appeal the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s decision. Such an appeal would be to the U.S. Supreme Court, and would likely highlight the issue of due process and argue that retrial of Cosby could be granted should the prosecution refrain from including his 2005 civil trial testimony. The U.S. Supreme Court may elect against hearing the case, however, given its highly publicized nature and its near singular focus on procedural matters.


Yesterday’s decision also gave hope to others entangled in the #MeToo movement’s eye-opening allegations of misconduct against prominent men. Harvey Weinstein’s legal team issued a statement following the release of the Court’s decision, highlighting the Court’s ability to follow the facts and the law under the pressure of a case that garnered much media attention. In sum, the Weinstein legal team noted, “This decision also reaffirms our confidence that the Appellate Division in New York will reach the similarly correct decision in Harvey Weinstein’s appeal, considering the abundance of issues that cry out for a reversal.” Weinstein had previously been sentenced to serve 23 years on rape and sexual assault charges.


The Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s decision overturning Cosby’s conviction can be read here: https://cdn.cnn.com/cnn/2021/images/06/30/j-100-2020mo.-.104821740139246918.pdf.

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Nave Law wins suit against City of Albany to protect Reverend’s civil rights.


As part of Nave Law Firm’s efforts to give back to the communities we practice in, our own Derek Andrews took action after reading a Times Union article about a local woman’s plight against a local government who stonewalled her efforts to obtain body camera recordings of an incident that involved her.


In 2019, uniformed members of the Albany Police Department wearing body cameras forcibly removed Reverend Cheryl Hawkins, a street-reach minister in the New York Capital District, from a public park as she preached and sang Christian hymns, for which she had received a special event permit from the City of Albany. That removal violated her constitutionally-guaranteed rights to free expression. As part of a lawsuit, her civil rights attorney requested those body camera recordings from the city through New York’s Freedom of Information Law but was rebuffed, having been told that they were protected and confidential because of Civil Rights Law Section 50-a.


Mr. Andrews helped both Ms. Hawkins and her civil rights attorney by filing an Article 78 special proceeding, a type of lawsuit, against the City of Albany and the Albany Police Department, claiming that they violated Ms. Hawkins’ right to free access to body camera recordings of that incident.


Although the city produced those recordings before the conclusion of the lawsuit, Judge David Weinstein of the Albany County Supreme Court agreed with Mr. Andrews’ arguments when he issued a decision at the end of 2020 stating that Ms. Hawkins had substantially prevailed and that the city was unreasonable in originally denying her access. That last part meant that the city Times Union Article, which resulted in a five-figure settlement. Ms. Hawkins will now continue her lawsuit against Albany for violating her civil rights.


When asked for comment by Reverand Hawkins, she responded:

“Mr. Andrews saw the Times-Union Newspaper Front Page Huge Article (February 17, 2020). He then contacted my attorney and wanted to see how he could help.  He felt that I was facing an injustice.  I was already paying another lawyer big money to represent me, and I could not afford a second law firm.  Derek then spoke with the leadership team with Nave Law Firm, and the team decided to take the case at no cost to me.  

I was so grateful that he believed in me enough to advocate for me and cared enough to help me at no cost.

The best part is that he WON THE CASE; he even won the city’s and the cop’s appeal filed in Albany County after winning the case.”


Nave Law Firm is grateful for the opportunity to have assisted Ms. Hawkins in her pursuit of justice.



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Decriminalizing Possession of Hard Drugs

Oregon seems to be leading the way in the war . . . on the war on drugs while New York falls further behind. In a more sizable margin than either Biden or Trump would secure in this election, nearly 59% of citizens in Oregon voted to decriminalize possession of small amounts of hard drugs like heroin and cocaine.

Their decision also supported greater access to treatment for those who need it, which is paid for by the tax proceeds from marijuana sales. New York took a step in the right direction when they decriminalized possession of marijuana last year, but they remain several steps behind a large swath of the country that has legalized marijuana possession outright, including our next-door neighbors. While legislators and Governor Cuomo are interested in legalization, it’s unlikely to happen in the next year or two. Here’s why the legalization of marijuana, and other drugs, is worthwhile: not only would it ameliorate years of disproportionate effects of criminal drug possession on communities of color but it would give those with addictions greater access to higher-quality treatment. It also wouldn’t hurt to make some money by taxing those “products,” which could prove to be cleaner and safer than those cut with harmful and toxic chemicals. By the way, we certainly don’t mean to imply that it should be legal to drive while impaired by a drug, whether it’s legal or illegal. Please don’t do that.

We’re only suggesting that the war on drugs was misguided and that Oregon, and other states who are following suit, are headed in the right direction. Let’s convince New York to do the same.


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