New York’s Adult-Use Marijuana Regulations are Unconstitutional Rules Supreme Court Judge, Now What?

In a decisively worded ruling dated April 3, Judge Kevin Bryant of the Albany Supreme Court seemed to nullify a significant portion of the laws regulating adult-use marijuana in New York, deeming them “unconstitutionally vague.” Bryant criticized the OCM for providing insufficient justification for its regulatory framework, including the ban on third-party advertising.