In order for those sales to happen, New York must first establish a regulated marketplace.
Like coffee houses, cannabis social and political venues will evolve among free people everywhere, but may not always be popular with the government.
Any serious conversation about social and racial justice in America must include a conversation about our nation’s drug laws and the impact they have...
Gov. Cuomo signed into law the “Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act“ which includes provisions that may change how the state will regulate its hemp industry.
New York just cemented its status as the cannabis tourism capital of the world.
As the nation’s third largest economy and fourth most populous state, New York has the opportunity to set the gold standard for state cannabis industries.
The legislation will also help those unfairly punished for a marijuana-related activity that would now be legal.
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