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Jan 17, 2021 | Past Events

Join Us On January 27th To Discuss NY’s Legalization Law

In furtherance of our work to ensure that industry stakeholders contribute to the discussion, we will be holding a virtual zoom meeting from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. on January 27th to discuss the provisions and differences between the Governor’s and the Legislature’s proposals for the law to legalize NY’s adult-use cannabis market.  We will identify and prioritize those issues that we want to flag for stakeholders and legislators to ensure that New York’s market optimizes its chances for success from the outset.

If you would like to attend, please RSVP to or by Noon on January 27th, following which registration will be closed and we will then send a link for registrants to join.  Please also note that the meeting will be recorded.

We invite you to scroll down to become a member of the NYCCIA or the HVCIA.

Let’s keep the conversation going.  We look forward to seeing you!


NYCCIA-HVCIA Members Weigh In On Hemp Regs

The NYCCIA and HVCIA are pleased to provide you with the work of our Joint Regulatory Committee’s Subcommittee on Hemp which was filed with New York’s Department of Health.  This talented, hardworking group of members carefully analyzed proposed Hemp regulations and prepared a comprehensive report containing 11 concrete recommendations designed to strike the right balance between consumer health, safety and education and fostering a healthy, agile marketplace for Hemp business.

Click here for a copy of our Joint Submission.

We are particularly grateful to the Subcommittee members whose time and effort resulted in this exemplary piece, including Regulatory Committee Co-Chairs Sheri L. Tarr and James K. Landau, Lead Coordinator Joy Beckerman and members Kymberly Byrnes, Arlene Colangelo, Craig Delsack, Ruben Lindo, Michael McGuire, Deborah Miran, Shellise Rogers, Bruce Sterman and Douglas Trokie.  It is this type of collaboration that makes our Associations unique and will help serve to shape the marketplace.

The New York City and Hudson Valley Cannabis Industry Associations