New York court’s move signals adult-use marijuana sales by MSOs

Multistate cannabis operators with medical marijuana licenses in New York could begin adult-use sales as soon as this month.

New York lawsuit settlements OK’d, but adult-use cannabis permits still on hold

New York regulators on Monday approved settlement agreements in two lawsuits that have contributed to the tortuous rollout of legal adult-use cannabis sales in the state.

New York delays settlement discussions for 2 marijuana licensing lawsuits

New York regulators delayed discussions to settle two marijuana licensing lawsuits, adding more uncertainty for social equity applicants in the state.

Settlement reached in New York adult-use marijuana licensing lawsuit

New York regulators and a group of disabled military veterans who challenged the state’s adult-use marijuana licensing process have reached “an agreement in principle to settle this matter,” according to court documents obtained by MJBizDaily.

New York opens medical cannabis retail application window for MSOs

New York regulators are expanding medical cannabis retail licenses for large multistate operators for the first time since the state launched MMJ sales in January 2016.

Cannabis showcases are ‘a lifeline’ for New York farmers grappling with glut

New York state’s unique Cannabis Growers Showcase program has helped ease the burden of unsold marijuana worth hundreds of millions of dollars amid a dearth of adult-use retailers, according to local growers.

New York’s recreational marijuana sales total $83 million in first 3 quarters

Retail sales of legal recreational marijuana in New York were worth $83 million between the beginning of 2023 and Sept. 29, according to a new preliminary estimate from the state’s cannabis regulator.

Marijuana MSO Cresco Labs exits Arizona, secures mortgage in New York

Marijuana multistate operator Cresco Labs has exited Arizona by selling its only asset in the state, Encanto, for $6.5 million in cash to Mint Cannabis.

New York extends marijuana business license application window

New York regulators have extended the application window by two weeks for hundreds of marijuana business licenses.

New York opening license application window for marijuana business licenses

New York regulators on Wednesday will launch an application window for several types of cannabis business licenses, with a priority on social and economic equity (SEE) applicants.

The launch of New York’s first adult-use marijuana store: Q&A with Housing Works’ Sasha Nutgent

Housing Works Cannabis’ Sasha Nutgent discusses her experience managing the first regulated adult-use store in New York, the thriving illicit market and her hopes for the company.

New York to issue 1,500 more marijuana business licenses

New York regulators plan to issue as many as 1,500 new marijuana business licenses as unsold cannabis continues to build up among growers in a market where only a couple of dozen retailers have opened their doors.