Pot Sommelier Pitches Marijuna Sales In East Hampton Village - 27 East

Pot Sommelier Pitches Marijuna Sales In East Hampton Village

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Municipalities are considering whether to allow sales of recreational marijuana.

Municipalities are considering whether to allow sales of recreational marijuana.

authorMichael Wright on May 12, 2021
A marijuana blogger made a pitch to the East Hampton Village Board not to bar the opening of a marijuana dispensary in the village, as the new state law legalizing... more

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