Gov. Andrew Cuomo plans to introduce legislation aimed at decriminalizing marijuana possession, according to the State of the State briefing book his office released on Wednesday afternoon.

The plan stops short of full legalization of marijuana, but the book indicates the measure will be designed to reduce low-level drug arrests. Overall, it is light on the details of how far decriminalization will go.

“This measure reflects the national trend and dramatic shift in public opinion,” according to the book. “Whereas other states have sought the full legalization of marijuana, this legislative change will specifically affect individual users and not reduce penalties on those who illegally supply and sell marijuana.”

Cuomo in 2012 backed an effort to decriminalize possession of up to 25 grams of marijuana in public while smoking it would remain illegal.

“The illegal sale of marijuana cannot and will not be tolerated in New York State, but data consistently show that recreational users of marijuana pose little to no threat to public safety,” the book states. “The unnecessary arrest of these individuals can have devastating economic and social effects on their lives.”