The first legal cannabis store in Dispensary Queens opened this week, and it’s a big deal. It’s the first women-owned retail dispensary supported by a state social equity investment fund, and it’s the first dispensary outside Manhattan. It also represents an early victory for Jamaica, a neighborhood that historically faced disproportionate criminalization of marijuana use. The store, called Good Grades, is owned by Extasy James and her cousin, lawyer Michael James. They got their license through the state’s Conditional Adult-Use Retail Dispensary program, which targets communities most harmed by marijuana prohibition by giving priority to justice-involved people and their family members.

What are the 3 legal dispensaries in NYC?

New York’s regulated dispensary market has only recently launched, and many stores have yet to open. But that will change soon. In the meantime, you can buy weed online through retailers like Jumping Jack Flash and King of New York. These companies are well-reviewed and known for their efficient, dependable service.

If you want to experience a legal, regulated dispensary in person, the city’s first one will open in Queens on Thursday. It’s called Good Grades, and it will be the city’s first woman-owned dispensary supported by a social equity investment fund. It’s located in Jamaica, at the intersection of Jamaica Avenue and 162nd Street. It will open as a pop-up for 30 days and then close for final construction before opening permanently later this year. The store is expected to serve the 105th, 103rd and 113th police precincts in Queens.

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