The era of medical marijuana in New York State is expected to officially begin later this week — at least in Ulster County — when a dispensary on Route 28 is scheduled to open for business.
A spokesman for Etain Health, the start-up company that was awarded one of five licenses to grow and sell medical marijuana last summer, said he expects the company’s Town of Ulster dispensary to be open Thursday morning, unless the state fails to deliver prices for Etain’s three branded products.
It’s less clear when and if dispensaries in other parts of the state . . .
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