New York’s Cannabis Control Board (CCB) adopted regulations on Tuesday for personal medical marijuana home cultivation for card-carrying patients and caregivers…finally.

Members of the CCB and the audience applauded when the board announced the home-grow regulations, which allow medical marijuana patients to grow up to six plants. Caregivers, who can grow for a maximum of four patients, can grow up to 12 plants. Regulations also say landlords may not refuse to lease to patients, or penalize them for legally growing weed, reported various New York outlets.

The revised regulations come after a public comment period, during which the OCM amended parts of medical home-grow regulations based on …

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