Medical Marijuana in New York
New York State passed a bill legalizing medical cannabis for severe conditions only in 2014. The state appointed a limited number of vendors, requiring them to vertically integrate their services, from seed to sale. Since then, the qualifying conditions loosened some to include chronic pain. There are currently 10 licensed registered organizations.
Applications for Medical Marijuana License in New York
Under the proposal, New York would establish a new Office of Cannabis Management, which would oversee both the recreational program and the state’s preexisting medical marijuana program. If approved later this year, the proposal would allow adults over the age of 21 to buy marijuana at state-approved dispensaries, with the state reaping an estimated $300 million in tax revenue from legalization. The Senate currently also has a similar bill that would legalize cannabis in the state.
Get a New York Medical Marijuana License
In the near future, there will be an open application process for Medical Marijuana Business Licenses in New York. Now is the time to get started with your business plan. You can provide your information here to receive notification updates related to New York cannabis matters. In addition, if you are interested in acquiring a New York Medical Marijuana Business License, contact us to discuss your options. There are several additional requirements that we can discuss with you. You can schedule a 30 minute phone call to further discuss your options here: Schedule Free Consultation Now