Native Lands In New York Are Selling Weed In These Surprising Locations

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The marijuana market is growing on native lands, which are exempt from the state’s rules and regulations. New York state legalized marijuana in March 2021, creating a state of confusion as they geared up for a functioning legal market. Marijuana stores are popping up in unexpected places all over New York state; in the case of Native lands, tribal members have taken matters into their own hands, creating a functioning marijuana business that’s exempt from the state’s law. These tribes are located in different areas of the state, from the Canadian border to smaller tribes on Long Island. The New York Times reports that this phenomenon is occurring in different locations with different tribes getting a jump on the legal cannabis market, even though state dispensary applications are in the process of earning approval.

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The marijuana market is growing on native lands, which are exempt from the state’s rules and regulations.

Marijuana stores are popping up in unexpected places all over New York state; in the case of Native lands, tribal members have taken matters into their own hands, creating a functioning marijuana business that’s exempt from the state’s law. This means that marijuana shops are popping up in unorthodox locations, including gas stations, which are coming up with deals like handing out a joint per every 10 gallons of gas sold.

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