In the face of New York’s limited marijuana retail space, with 12 operators currently up and running, a bill that extended the deadline for conditional marijuana cultivators and processors to distribute to stores for a year, until June 1, 2024, was swiftly signed into law.

It allows the licensed pot growers to continue to sell off their oversupply, as more retailers are expected to come online in the months ahead.

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