Medical marijuana arrives

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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