Fred W. Thiele Jr.
State Assemblyman
(I-Sag Harbor)

Thiele Jr. has responded to Newsday's survey.

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Thiele Jr. is a member of the Assembly. Working with the State Senate, the Assembly can propose and pass laws that legalize and tax medical marijuana.

Thiele, of Sag Harbor, is an attorney and has been a state assemblyman since he won a special election in 1995. He previously served as Southampton town supervisor.


Do you support legalizing the use of medical marijuana in New York?


Should chronically ill children and teens be able to use medical marijuana with parental and doctor approval?


Ways to consume marijuana include smoking it, using it as an oil, taking it as a capsule and eating it.

Should medical marijuana be available in a variety of forms to allow patients to choose the form they use?

Should medical marijuana be limited for chronically ill patients and distributed by a limited number of hospitals as proposed by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo?


Do you support legalizing the recreational use of marijuana as has been done in Colorado and Washington?


His comments:

I am undecided on regulations relating to the ways to consume marijuana.

What do you think?

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