Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo proposes a change to a New York State law that would reduce the number of people who are arrested for marijuana possession as a result of the "Stop-and-Frisk" police tactic. Both Mayor Michael A. Bloomberg and New York's police commissioner, Ray Kelly support the plan.
CNN's Erin Burnett takes a look at the numbers behind New York's plan to decriminalize small time pot users. Does it add up?
Defense attorney, Paul Callan comes OutFront.
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