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Cuomo Expected to Fast Track Legislation to Legalize Marijuana
December 19, 2018
Updated 2mo ago
Richard N. Gottfried, NY assembly health committee chair, weighs in on New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's plans to legalize recreational marijuana in 2019.
Former Google Employee Claims Company Fails 'Don't Be Evil' Mission
Dec 19, 2018
Don't Credit Cynthia Nixon for Cuomo's Pot Shift: N.Y. Assemblyman Gottfried
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo may have radically changed his stance on marijuana ー but his former Democratic primary opponent Cynthia Nixon shouldn't be congratulated for his shift, according to New York State Assembly Health Committee chair Richard Gottfried. "On this particular issue, I don't think she gets any credit," Gottfried, who has been working on marijuana policy reform since the 70s, told Cheddar Wednesday.
Feb 15, 2019
Canopy Growth CEO Bruce Linton Says Global Cannabis Domination is the Goal
Canopy Growth CEO Bruce Linton won't guarantee investors dividends. What he will promise is a stake in global cannabis domination. "If people want a dividend, we are probably not the right stock. If they want some entity aimed at dominating a global opportunity that started in Canada, we are probably your best bet," Linton told Cheddar on Friday, one day after the company reported a massive spike in third-quarter revenue.
Aug 31, 2018
Following the Money: Is Cuomo Softening His Stance on Marijuana?
After a recent report claiming that Andrew Cuomo accepted undisclosed donations from cannabis companies, many are suspicious of the gubernatorial incumbent who is seeking re-election against actress Cynthia Nixon, a political newcomer. Alyson Martin, a co-founder of CannabisWire, which published the report, told Cheddar on Friday that she thinks the news is an indication that Cuomo may be softening his stance on marijuana.