On Thursday, state officials finalized a deal to legalize the drug for adults 21 and older, paving the way for a potential $4.2 billion industry that could create tens of thousands of jobs and make New York one of the nation’s largest marijuana markets.
Still, even if the bill is approved, the first legal sales would not be likely to begin for more than a year while officials determine how the heavily regulated industry will operate.
Weather: Rain and thunderstorms early, partially clearing later. Wind gusts could reach 50 m.p.h.; high in the mid-70s. Saturday: sunny and mid-60s, with a stiff breeze. Sunday: rainy and cooler.
Alternate-side parking : In effect until Sunday (Passover). Cindy Schultz for The New York Times After years of failed […]
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