New York Mayor Orders NYPD To Crack Down On Illegal Cannabis Vendors

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By Maureen Meehan New York Mayor Eric Adams is not happy about the Big Apple’s prolific illicit cannabis sales taking place around town. With recreational cannabis now legal and sales scheduled to launch in the coming months, the mayor said back then that he saw no need to crack down on sales in the interim. RELATED: New York Office Of Cannabis Management Asks TikTok To Allow Educational Weed Ads But now, the weed trucks parked around the city, not just in Times Square, seem to irk the mayor. With recreational cannabis now legal and sales scheduled to launch in the coming months, the mayor said back in early June that he saw no need to crack down on sales in the interim. The NYPD started by towing 19 weed-vending trucks around Times Square and seizing the cannabis therein on just one day this week. “Many people don’t read the complete law.

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With recreational cannabis now legal and sales scheduled to launch in the coming months, the mayor said back in early June that he saw no need to crack down on sales in the interim.

By Maureen Meehan

New York Mayor Eric Adams is not happy about the Big Apple’s prolific illicit cannabis sales taking place around town. He’s so hot under the collar that he vowed to put more cops on the street and increase enforcement. The NYPD started by towing 19 weed-vending trucks around Times Square and seizing the cannabis therein on just one day this week.

“Many people don’t...

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