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Cannabis Legalization in New York: What the State’s New Study is Missing

By Noah Potter, Esquire, Of Counsel to Hoban Law Group [Editor’s note: This is the second of a two-part review regarding the status of adult-use legalization in New York State in light of the governor’s commissioned report by the Department of Health. The first segment ran in this space yesterday.]  On July 13, the New […]
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Cannabis Legalization in New York: A Question of When and How, Not Whether

By Noah Potter, Esquire, Of Counsel to Hoban Law Group [Editor’s note: This is the first of a two-part review regarding the status of adult-use legalization in New York State in light of the governor’s commissioned report by the Department of Health. The second segment will run in this space tomorrow.]  On July 13, the […]
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Will New York Finally Get Serious About Cannabis?

By J.J. McCoy, Senior Managing Editor for New Frontier Data What We Have Learned: While Governor Cuomo once dragged his feet about New York’s cannabis market, he started stepping up to the plate in 2018. It has been some time coming for New York’s state of mind to open up to the medical and market potentials […]
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Turning Over a New Cannabis Leaf in New York?

By J.J. McCoy, Senior Managing Editor for New Frontier Data It has been some time coming for New York’s state of mind to open up to the medical and market potentials for cannabis, but the nation’s third-largest population (and the financial and cultural crucibles within the country’s largest city) now seems poised to participate in earnest. […]
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Identifying Cannabis Usage and Legalization Support by Sexual Orientation

  By New Frontier Data Analysts The use of cannabis is not uniform across demographics. According to a 2014 survey of Colorado adults conducted by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, there are considerable differences in cannabis usage rates across races, income levels, education levels, and age groups. Somewhat surprisingly, the starkest differences […]
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Two Coasts, Two Cannabis Industry Events, Aimed in Tandem Toward Shared Objectives

By J.J. McCoy, Senior Managing Editor for New Frontier Data Earlier this month, professionals and interested parties alike were somewhat split by logistics between two bookending industry events: the National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA)’s 4th annual Cannabis Business Summit & Expo over June 12-14 in Oakland, Calif., and the Cannabis World Congress and Business Expo (CWCBE) […]
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