New York voted to settle anMonday, clearing the way for hundreds of pending dispensary openings.
CBS New York’s Jennifer McLogan met with, and won.
After months of haggling over, New York has finally settled the suit. The New York State Cannabis Control Board was unanimous.
“Now, it’s just a waiting game,” Carimine Fiore said.
Fiore, a disable military veteran,, claiming he and other vets were passed over in favor of those convicted of a pot-related crime in awarding dispensary licenses.
“I think, with this, you are beginning to see a new chapter in New York state cannabis. I think everyone here is looking cautiously, but optimistically, turn the page and be able to move on to the next round,” attorney Ryan McCall said.
“The judge still has to sign off on the stipulation agreement. That is what we are waiting for. We don’t know how long it’s going to take, or what is going to be the next obstacle,” Fiore said.
Details of the agreement haven’t been made public, but litigants are thrilled.