The legalization of adult use of cannabis in New York wiped out a whole category of laws related to possession and sales of marijuana and replaced it with a whole new set of laws.
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Effective Thursday, it is legal for a person to possess up to 3 ounces of marijuana. It is, for now, still illegal to sell marijuana in New York State.
The bill now goes to Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who has ten days to approve or veto once it lands on his desk — otherwise, the bill becomes law. He has said he will sign it.
A new world of cannabis will open when Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo signs the recreational marijuana law this week as he said he would.
A deal to permit the legal sale and use of marijuana in New York State was finalized Saturday night by legislators and Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, paving the way for highly regulated cultivation, distribution and retail sales of the drug to start in about two years or sooner.
Lawmakers in Albany had reached a tentative agreement to legalize recreational cannabis. Here's a look at what it would mean.
A three-way deal – between the Senate, Assembly and Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo – has not been announced on any of the components and won’t be, by tradition anyway, until all the elements are negotiated and resolved.
The extension gives the company a hold on the property while it waits to see if lawmakers in Albany to legalize recreational marijuana.
The Buffalo Urban Development Corp. is back on the hunt for companies to move into its Buffalo Lakeside Commerce Park. Thinking Robot Studios, a Canadian company, had been planning to build an $84 million facility on 23 acres at the South Buffalo business hub, which would have filled the last major hole at the sprawling former steelmaking property. But
Law enforcement agencies rely on specially trained officers to determine if drivers have impaired