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New York Approves 114 New Adult-Use Cannabis License Applications

It's also waiving fees for Adult-Use Conditional Cultivators.

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New York's Office of Cannabis Management said the second round of adult-use cannabis licenses from the 2023 licensing application window has been approved and 114 adult-use applications have met all necessary requirements outlined in the Cannabis Law and regulations.

New York is still dealing with a massive illicit cannabis market but promised it's making progress with its slowly developing legal licensing process.

"The Office continues to review a large volume of applications and has issued over 500 deficiency letters to applicants," the OCM said on X. "Keep an eye out for these letters via email and address any issues to expedite the processing."

Today New York's Cannabis Control Board (CCB) also approved renewals for 17 laboratory permits.

The Board also approved waiving the licensure fees for Adult-Use Conditional Cultivators (AUCCs) applying to transition to full licensure.

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