Multistate operators with medical cannabis licenses in New York sued regulators on Thursday in an effort to quickly gain entry into the state’s adult marijuana market.
MSOs are Currently closed from New York Legal entertainment market.
In a lawsuit filed in state supreme court in Albany, the Coalition for Regulated and Safe Cannabis Access (CARSC) alleges that the Office of Cannabis Management and the Cannabis Control Board violated the New York legalization law of 2021—the Marijuana Regulatory and Tax Act (MRTA)—when the two agencies I booked the first 150 Retail licenses for adult use of Social Justice applicants.
I left the move out of state 10 vertically integrated “Registered Organizations”, Which includes some of the largest cannabis companies in the country, including Curaleaf Holdings, Green Thumb Industries, Acreage Holdings, and PharmaCann.
These four companies All members of CARSCaccording to (Syracuse) Post-Standard’s NY Cannabis Insider, which
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