At Thursday’s Cannabis Control Board meeting, the Dormitory Authority also gave an overview of its current RFPs on cannabis.
The legislation targets include cultivation, cannabinoid hemp products, an audit of the Office of Cannabis Management, and underage cannabis use.
These farmers will be the first to supply the state’s adult use industry, set to launch in late 2022.
A letter from regulators to Cannabinoid Hemp license holders and applicants aims to curb the proliferation of THC products made from hemp.
The proposed $4.8 million investment would go toward multi agency efforts on outreach and technical assistance for cannabis entrepreneurs.
Regulators are allowing the state’s hemp growers to supply the state’s adult use cannabis industry, slated to launch later in 2022.
Days after a cannabis tax break passed through the budget, a new bill aims to help banks work with cannabis companies.
With the overdue budget agreement, passed on Saturday, the state became one of a handful to allow cannabis businesses to write off the same expenses as other businesses.
The DOL site is part of the state’s ramp up to launching adult use cannabis sales, which regulators say could come by the end of 2022.
As New York prepares to launch legal cannabis sales for all adults, consumers have questions. Which products have been tested? Which products are too strong? A new campaign aims to educate.
Cannabis Wire talked to the Business Council and the Conference of Mayors and Municipal Officials about their cannabis priorities.
Lawmakers are trying to tackle one of the biggest thorns for the cannabis industry — the inability to deduct business expenses — through the budget.
The state’s first-of-its-kind approach to cannabis equity gives struggling hemp farmers and those with prior cannabis convictions a head start, from cultivation to retail.
Under-the-radar state requests highlight the breadth of regulators’ preparations for the adult use industry.
Assembly Majority Leader Crystal Peoples-Stokes launched the political action committee last month alongside U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand and New York Assemblymember Eddie Gibbs.
New York Gov. Hochul has signed a bill that allows hemp farmers to grow and distribute cannabis ahead of the adult use program’s launch.