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Capital Region marijuana shop poised to be 1st in upstate NY

A Schenectady marijuana shop slated to start sales next month is poised to become the first legal cannabis store in upstate New York. Don Andrews, 34, always dreamed of having a…

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New details slowly emerge in raid on union representing state troopers

The raid on the New York State Troopers Police Benevolent Association and its charity, Signal 30, was first reported by the Times Union. It happened at their offices in Albany.…

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While New York launces its legal marijuana market, local dispensaries still in limbo

ROCHESTER, N.Y. – After much anticipation, New York has finally launched its legal marijuana market. But, you won’t see legal sales like this happening anytime soon in much of…

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5 questions NY’s cannabis industry faces in 2023

In the last 12 months, New York has taken steps in rolling out its legal cannabis industry, and though it’s made progress, there are still outstanding questions. Not every…

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Social Security continued to send money after Jordan Brooks died despite documentation

Lisa Waldron, the mother accused of murdering her son Jordan Brooks as he battled cerebral palsy, is now facing federal charges for allegedly stealing thousands of dollars in…

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Cannabis industry continues to face questions in New York

New York’s retail cannabis industry is still in its infancy, but regulators are already making changes that are meant to enable home delivery. At the same time, lawmakers…

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‘A way to expedite’: New regulations in NYS to jumpstart retail cannabis

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — The New York State Office of Cannabis Management released new regulations for those looking to jumpstart a cannabis operation. The board is now allowing…

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NY prepares for cannabis deliveries

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10)— Given the large amount of cannabis that has grown in New York State, approximately 300,000 pounds of it, the Office of Cannabis Management is allowing…

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New bill would let New Yorkers sue climate polluters

A Brooklyn Democrat is taking aim at fossil fuel companies over climate change with a proposed bill that critics say might help lawyers more than Mother Earth. The new legislation…

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Empire State Weekly: Cannabis regulators aim for December deadline

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — This week on Empire State Weekly, the self-imposed December deadline for recreational cannabis sales in New York looms. The Cannabis Control Board met…

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