The healthcare landscape in Sydney has been undergoing a significant transformation in recent years, with a marked shift towards an alternative and holistic approach. Amid this transformation, medical marijuana has become increasingly prominent. This article examines the growing role of medical marijuana in the wellness narrative of Sydney, examining its numerous advantages and disadvantages, as…
Today, the New York State Senate Majority will pass legislation that will end the prohibition on adult-use marijuana in New York State.
In a message from the Harlem Business Alliance (HBA), writes that it is imperative that New York gets marijuana legalization right.
A new report released today says the legalization of marijuana for adult use in New York State will create tens of thousands of jobs and add hundreds of millions in revenue over the next 5 years.
The Senate Majority today passed legislation that will address the racial disparities that are present in New York’s antiquated marijuana drug laws.
Access to legal marijuana is increasing state by state, and now researchers from the University of California at San Francisco are investigating how these changes are affecting consumers’ health reports Consumer Affairs.
Today, Friday, March 8, 2019, Council Member of Northern Manhattan, Erika Rodriguez, Chief of Staff of Assembly Member Al Taylor, and local leaders joined executives and members of The Bodega Association of United States (ASOBEU) as they announced their position regarding the sale of Marijuana in bodegas.
The Harlem Business Alliance (HBA) has been at the forefront of advancing minority entrepreneurship in the cannabis industry.
Patch reports that East Harlem has been one of the Manhattan neighborhoods hit the hardest by the city’s drug enforcement policies in the past decade, according to a study published this week by New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer.
NY Medical Marijuana Associates provides online medical marijuana certifications for patients residing in all of New York state from Harlem to the Hudson with qualifying conditions.
Crain’s New York reports that several dozen speakers overwhelmingly supported the adult use of marijuana at the Borough of Manhattan Community College on Thursday—the first of several listening sessions to be held in New York City, as state officials solicit public input on legalization.
Patch reports that Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Thursday that he was creating a workgroup to draft regulation to make marijuana legal in New York for adults.
By Rev. Al Sharpton In the initial years of the Green Rush—the push in New York and the nation for medical marijuana and decriminalization—some cruel ironies were politely ignored by the burgeoning industry.
Marijuana could be New York’s next cash crop.
From Bertha Lewis, President and Founder of The Black Institute: “I applaud Senator Chuck Schumer‘s decision to listen to the voice of the people and announce a plan to decriminalize marijuana at the federal level.