GOP Assemblyman who voted against a Medical Marijuana bill is pulled over for speeding and found with pot in his carTimes Union
Mar. 18, 2013
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ALBANY — Republican Assemblyman Steve Katz was arrested and charged with marijuana possession after a Thursday-morning traffic stop on the Thruway. [...] Katz is a member of the Assembly's Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Committee as well as its Higher Education Committee. In 2012, he voted against a bill that would have legalized medical marijuana.