Housing Works aims for $1M a year in sales at city's first legal pot shop

Dec 30, 2022 View Original Article
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62% : Starting Thursday, the 31-year-old organization will add another line of business: marijuana.
49% : The preference for "justice-involved" individuals is a defining feature of New York's legal cannabis regime, with the first 36 license holders all having some connection to previous criminal prosecution for illegal marijuana sales.

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