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Tremaine Wright, Chair, NYS Cannabis Control Board, to Provide Licensing Update

← Go Back to Media Vault Press Release – May 11, 2022 June 2 – 4, 2022, New York City, Javits Convention Center Tremaine Wright, Chair New York State Cannabis Control Board to Provide Licensing Update at CWCBExpo New York Leading B2B Cannabis & Hemp Event is Industry Classroom with Roundtable Discussions, Headline Speakers, Master …

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April 2022 Newsletter

Legalization and Licensing Milestones New York City New York City Mayor Eric Adams has proposed an investment of  $4.8 Million in the 2023 fiscal year budget to help support the growth of the cannabis industry in New York City. The funding will create outreach agencies and programs that focus on those communities impacted by the …

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March 2022 Newsletter

Legalization and Licensing Milestones New York Substantial progress continues on the East Coast regarding Adult Use. On March 15, New York State (NYS) Governor Kathy Hochul announced the opening of the Application Portal for hemp farmers to obtain an Adult Use Cannabis Conditional Cultivator License to grow marijuana.Get info from NYS.Go directly to the NYS …

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January 2022 Newsletter

Happy New Year to all! We wish everyone a prosperous and harmonious 2022. Headliners and Keynotes We have had numerous requests for the full session presentation that Tremaine Wright, Chair of the New York Cannabis Control Board, gave at our CWCBExpo Conference at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City. It is quite timely …

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Oct/Nov 2021 Newsletter

In New York State, the Cannabis Control Board has made great progress On October 21, the Cannabis Control Board advanced regulations for public comment that will allow for the home cultivation of medical cannabis. The regulations follow the requirements of the Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act, allowing for up to three mature plants and three …

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