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6th March 2023
9th February 2023
US - New York City: As legal recreational cannabis dispensaries are opening in New York, New York City mayor Eric Adams and Manhattan district attorney Alvin Bragg are cracking down on unlicensed dispensaries across Manhattan. Enforcement efforts thus far include filing legal complaints against four illicit dispensaries and sending over 400 letters to others threatening eviction proceedings.
9th January 2023
12th December 2022
5th December 2022
22nd November 2022
US - New York: Companion bills A 9282 and S 8496 have been approved by the State Legislature and sent to the governor for final approval. The bills would require the state agricultural commissioner to “consult and cooperate with” a hemp workgroup and hemp industry representatives over business development and promotion of the hemp industry.
22nd November 2022
US - New York: The Cannabis Control Board (CCB) yesterday approved its first recreational cannabis dispensary licences. The Conditional Adult-Use Retail Dispensary (CAURD) licences were approved for 36 applicants, 28 of whose owners or owners’ families were previously convicted of cannabis offences, and eight of which are nonprofit organisations. The CCB also voted to advance recreational cannabis proposed regulations to a 60-day public comment period and a separate set of packaging, labelling, advertising, and marketing regulations to a 45-day public comment period. Comments can be emailed to email@example.com.
14th November 2022
2nd November 2022
US - New York: Local officials in Rotterdam want to introduce legislation to regulate where and when cannabis-related businesses can operate within the city, media reports.
21st September 2022
US - New York: The Cannabis Control Board (CCB) has resolved to adopt revised regulations for the home cultivation of cannabis for medical use. Certified medical cannabis patients or designated caregivers will be able to harvest up to six plants, only three of which could be mature. The CCB has also approved amendments to the state's cannabinoid hemp program. Among other changes, the new rules create a licence for approved hemp farmers to sell flowers and raise the maximum cannabinoid allowance per individual serving to 100 mg. All the new rules will take effect on 5th October.
26th August 2022
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