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March 18, 2021

Aleece Burgio Interviewed by WBEN on Adult-Use Cannabis Legalization in NYS

Aleece Burgio, Cannabis Team leader, was interviewed for two WBEN segments detailing the regulations on adult-use cannabis if it is legalized in New York State. Aleece explained how regulations will impact cannabis producers, processors, distributors, retailers, and consumers. Aleece highlighted that adult-use cannabis regulations will have similarities to alcohol regulations, especially considering the Office of Cannabis Management is a branch of the State Liquor Authority.

Aleece also answered questions about how soon consumers in New York State can expect to be able to purchase legalized adult-use cannabis, the type of licenses that will be available under the MRTA and CRTA, and how people can get into the cannabis industry ahead of cannabis legalization.   

Click here to read the WBEN article and listen to the associated radio segment and click here to listen to the A New Morning podcast episode.

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