New Jersey to Use Metrc

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New Jersey to Use Metrc

New Jersey to Use Metrc

metrc new jersey

It’s official, New Jersey will be using the Metrc seed-to-sale tracking system to enforce cannabis business compliance. New Jersey has reached a contract with Franwell to use Metrc, Franwell is a Florida-based company that provides cannabis tracking and tracing technology to state governments around the country.

The transaction was finalized on March 11 and was approved earlier this year by the Cannabis Regulatory Commission. The federal contract for a track-and-trace system in New Jersey is Metrc’s 18th.

“As New Jersey kicks off its first cannabis track-and-trace system, we’re excited to help lead the charge on implementing this crucial step toward effective regulation,”

Metrc CEO Jeff Wells
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Metrc Aids in Enforcing Regulatory Cannabis Compliance

The Metrc system aids in regulatory cannabis compliance, precise sales data reporting, combatting the unregulated market, and consumer and product safety advancements.

“Metrc looks forward to working closely with the state of New Jersey, regulators, and licensed business owners to ensure the security and safety of both the state’s medicinal market and the newly established adult-use market.”

Metrc CEO Jeff Wells

Metrc supports approximately 250,000 clients in 16 states, the District of Columbia, and Guam, including cultivators, testing facilities, dispensaries, state regulatory agencies, and law enforcement officers. Metrc currently has exclusive government contracts in all of the country’s regions.

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New York’s First Adult-Use Cannabis Licenses Will Be Awarded To Social-Equity Applicants

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New York’s First Adult-Use Cannabis Licenses Will Be Awarded To Social-Equity Applicants

New York’s First Adult-Use Cannabis Licenses Will Be Awarded To Social-Equity Applicants

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In an effort to make up for the inequities in their justice system, people with convictions related to marijuana will get first dibs on the 100 to 200 retail licenses that will be awarded by New York state.

On Thursday, New York Gov. Kathy Hochul (D) announced that those convicted of cannabis-related crimes will be able to obtain the first adult-use retail marijuana licenses in the state. The Seeding Opportunity Initiative is a program that will provide the first licenses to social-equity applicants who also have prior experience running and owning a small business

The governor’s office stated in a press release that the plan, combined with a new law allowing hemp farmers to produce cannabis for the adult-use market that had just been passed, might enable sales in the state by the end of 2022. According to the news, the state Cannabis Control Board on Thursday authorized a hemp cultivator’s license application for spring cultivation of THC-rich cannabis.

"New York State is making history, launching a first-of-its-kind approach to the cannabis industry that takes a major step forward in righting the wrongs of the past. The regulations advanced by the Cannabis Control Board today will prioritize local farmers and entrepreneurs, creating jobs and opportunity for communities that have been left out and left behind. I’m proud New York will be a national model for the safe, equitable, and inclusive industry we are now building."

-New York Gov. Kathy Hochul (D)

Tremaine Wright of the Cannabis control board was quoted as saying that New York’s recreational adult-use cannabis law “sets a high goal for creating an equitable industry that puts New Yorkers first.” Wright also said that “The Seeding Initiative puts us on a path for achieving that goal, and hopefully models a way forward for reaching those goals while building a stable market.”

The Seeding Initiative

The Seeding Initiative includes a $200 million social-equity investment program, and allows social-equity applicants and hemp farmers’ the opportunity to obtain conditional cannabis dispensary licenses.

This “unexpected” potential start date for cannabis sales is due to the fact that Wright had previously stated that adult-use cannabis licenses would not be granted until at least the spring of 2023. According to the governor’s office, applications for priority licenses will begin in the summer and first licenses will be available by late summer or early fall.

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