New York's cannabis landscape is set for a significant transformation.

Licensing Expansion

The New York State Office of Cannabis Management (OCM) announced that it is expanding its licensing program for recreational marijuana, after numerous delays that brought the entire process to a standstill.

“#NYcannabis is expanding. The #NYCCB [New York Cannabis Control Board] approved adult-use cannabis applications,” OCM's breaking news stated.

Equity In Focus

To foster inclusivity, the OCM has provisions for Social and Economic Equity (SEE) applicants.

Furthermore, social equity contenders receive 50% off application and licensing fees, complemented by technical support.

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