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New York court issues record $15 million fine to unlicensed cannabis operator

A New York court has ordered David Tulley to pay a $15.2 million fine for operating six unlicensed cannabis stores in Cayuga, Oswego and Wayne counties, the largest penalty levied in a multiagency effort to curb illicit operations statewide.

Tulley, the owner of the I’m Stuck stores and two additional unlicensed shops in Monroe County, had been operating without a license since early 2022, according to a news release.


Despite receiving cease-and-desist letters from the Office of Cannabis Management (OCM) and notices of violations, he continued to operate his stores, describing them as “consulting” businesses, state regulators said.

In response to Tulley defying the cease-and-desist order, the OCM inspected his stores in June and July 2023 and seized an undisclosed amount of

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