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Express Sessions: Plenty Of Questions Remain About Legalized Marijuana

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Express Sessions: Cannabis Is Coming

Jay Schneiderman, Jim Larocca, Dave Falkowski, Bryan Polite and Mark Epley made up the panel for the latest Express Session.  DANA SHAW

Jay Schneiderman, Jim Larocca, Dave Falkowski, Bryan Polite and Mark Epley made up the panel for the latest Express Session. DANA SHAW

Jay Schneiderman, Jim Larocca, Dave Falkowski, Bryan Polite and Mark Epley made up the panel for the latest Express Session.  DANA SHAW

Jay Schneiderman, Jim Larocca, Dave Falkowski, Bryan Polite and Mark Epley made up the panel for the latest Express Session. DANA SHAW

Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman.  DANA SHAW

Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman. DANA SHAW

Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman.  DANA SHAW

Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman. DANA SHAW

Dave Falkowski owner of Open Minded Organics.  DANA SHAW

Dave Falkowski owner of Open Minded Organics. DANA SHAW

Dave Falkowski owner of Open Minded Organics.  DANA SHAW

Dave Falkowski owner of Open Minded Organics. DANA SHAW

Dave Falkowski owner of Open Minded Organics.  DANA SHAW

Dave Falkowski owner of Open Minded Organics. DANA SHAW

Sag Harbor Village Mayor Jim Larocca.  DANA SHAW

Sag Harbor Village Mayor Jim Larocca. DANA SHAW

Sag Harbor Village Mayor Jim Larocca.  DANA SHAW

Sag Harbor Village Mayor Jim Larocca. DANA SHAW

Shinnecock Nation Council of Trustees Chairman, Bryan Polite.   DANA SHAW

Shinnecock Nation Council of Trustees Chairman, Bryan Polite. DANA SHAW

Shinnecock Nation Council of Trustees Chairman, Bryan Polite.   DANA SHAW

Shinnecock Nation Council of Trustees Chairman, Bryan Polite. DANA SHAW

Mark Epley, President and CEO of the Seafield Center.   DANA SHAW

Mark Epley, President and CEO of the Seafield Center. DANA SHAW

Mark Epley, President and CEO of the Seafield Center.   DANA SHAW

Mark Epley, President and CEO of the Seafield Center. DANA SHAW

Mark Epley, President and CEO of the Seafield Center.   DANA SHAW

Mark Epley, President and CEO of the Seafield Center. DANA SHAW

Audience member Eboni Marshall poses a question.  DANA SHAW

Audience member Eboni Marshall poses a question. DANA SHAW

Audience member Eboni Marshall poses a question.  DANA SHAW

Audience member Eboni Marshall poses a question. DANA SHAW

Audience member Eboni Marshall poses a question.  DANA SHAW

Audience member Eboni Marshall poses a question. DANA SHAW

Kym Laube, Executive Director of HUGS, Inc.  DANA SHAW

Kym Laube, Executive Director of HUGS, Inc. DANA SHAW

Kym Laube, Executive Director of HUGS, Inc.  DANA SHAW

Kym Laube, Executive Director of HUGS, Inc. DANA SHAW

Kym Laube, Executive Director of HUGS, Inc.  DANA SHAW

Kym Laube, Executive Director of HUGS, Inc. DANA SHAW

Shinnecock Nation Council of Trustees Chairman, Bryan Polite.   DANA SHAW

Shinnecock Nation Council of Trustees Chairman, Bryan Polite. DANA SHAW

Shinnecock Nation Council of Trustees Chairman, Bryan Polite.   DANA SHAW

Shinnecock Nation Council of Trustees Chairman, Bryan Polite. DANA SHAW

Jim Larocca, Dave Falkowski and Bryan Polite.  DANA SHAW

Jim Larocca, Dave Falkowski and Bryan Polite. DANA SHAW

Audience member Tina Piette asks the panel a question.  DANA SHAW

Audience member Tina Piette asks the panel a question. DANA SHAW

Audience member Tina Piette asks the panel a question.  DANA SHAW

Audience member Tina Piette asks the panel a question. DANA SHAW

Audience member Connie Cornish asks the panel a question.  DANA SHAW

Audience member Connie Cornish asks the panel a question. DANA SHAW

authorStephen J. Kotz on Nov 22, 2021
One might say that New York State spaced out when earlier this year it legalized the recreational use of marijuana for adults but failed to provide much in the way... more

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