New York's Office of Cannabis Management (OCM) is being sued by the Coalition for Access to Regulated and Safe Cannabis (CARSC), for allegedly violating the Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act (MRTA).

What happened

In the complaint, filed Thursday in Albany County Supreme court, the coalition argues unconstitutional actions that put New Yorkers’ health and safety at risk, writes

The group alleges that both OCM and the Cannabis Control Board (CCB) violated the legalization law when they reserved the first 150 adult-use retail licenses …

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