New York’s Marijuana Regulators Reach Settlement Over Licensing LawsuitPosted by On

New York’s marijuana regulators have reached an agreement with a collective of disabled veterans who filed a lawsuit over the state’s licensing process.

While the settlement is still pending finalization, its completion is expected to lead to the lifting of a temporary injunction that has been in effect since August, as reported by New York Daily News.

The August-imposed injunction, enacted by the New York State Supreme Court, has halted the opening of over 400 conditional adult-use retail dispensary (CAURD) license holders statewide for several months.

New York’s marijuana regulators launched the CAURD program to give individuals who suffered from the war on drugs before legalization and ran successful businesses for a minimum of two years an opportunity to enter the legal…

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