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New York Adult Use Cannabis: A Timing Update

There has a been a lot going on as New York continues to move towards rolling out its full adult use cannabis licensing, which has itself led to a lot of confusion in terms of timelines. The most recent notable event was the end of the adult use regulation public comment period, which closed on February 13, 2023. We touched on anticipated timing in our New York “State of the State” post, but we figured it made sense to have a dedicated timing post since it’s still the first (and last) question every one asks.

To avoid burying the lede, we have heard that final adult use rules and regulations are expected in the fall of 2023. It is not clear if that means that some (or all) of the license application portals will open in the fall, but we think it’s safe to assume that the Office of Cannabis Management (OCM) and Cannabis Control Board (CCB) will push to get full licensing going in the same general timeframe.

While it may seem like this is another delay, it is important to remember that the OCM and CCB must follow the process established by the Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act

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