They Are All Sitting On Excess Product Right Now, Savino Told The Daily News.

State Health Commissioner Howard Zucker said Tuesday he is aware of the lawmakers’ concerns. Richard Gottfried (D-Manhattan) said there are not enough patients to support the five growers already operating in New York, let alone any new ones. They are all sitting on excess product right now, Savino told The Daily News. State Health Commissioner Howard Zucker said Tuesday he is aware of the lawmakers concerns. N.Y. pol asks Trump not to interfere with state’s medical pot I dont think we have a shortage of production, Gottfried said. We have a grave shortage of outlets. The Health Department last week in a move that infuriated pot producers already operating in New York said it expected to issue five additional licenses before July 1 and phase in the entrance of the new growers over two years, The Health Department last week said it expected to issue five additional licenses before July 1 and phase in the entrance of the new growers over two years. (Drew Angerer/Getty Images) State Health Commissioner Howard Zucker said Tuesday he is aware of the lawmakers concerns. We are looking at this whole issue to see what we Marijuana Stocks need to do, Zucker said after leaving a meeting of Gov. Cuomos cabinet. The whole goal of the program is to move it forward, which we have, in a very focused and controlled way. (Howard Simmons/New York Daily News) Launched just over a year ago, New York’s medical pot program has been slow to attract patients. As of this week, just 14,045 patients had completed the state process to obtain state certification to receive the drug.

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