Towns Wrestle with New NY State Marijuana Law

New York’s new marijuana law has raised more questions than answers for Rockland’s sheriff, who is steadfast in his opposition to it. Lou Falco told “The Morning Show” Wednesday that as long as a person has less than three ounces of pot, it can legally be smoked wherever regular cigarette smoking is permitted…

Orangetown supervisor Teresa Kenny says it’s undetermined at the moment, but her guess is the town will likely opt out of selling marijuana, but that could change…

Haverstraw supervisor Howard Phillips says he’s not sure what the town will do either, and he, personally, has very mixed feelings about it…

The adult-use cannabis program is projected to bring in $350 million annually and add up to 60,000 new jobs across the state. It could be at least a year before sales begin.

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