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ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — This week on Empire State Weekly, we do a radical evaluation of the Eviction Moratorium extension handed by the state legislature and signed by Governor Kathy Hochul. The extension pushes the moratorium to January 15, 2022.
The Emergency Rental Help Program (ERAP) is managed by the New York State Workplace of Momentary and Incapacity Providers.
Democratic Senator Brian Kavanagh who helped creator the invoice lays out the important thing protections for tenants, and new help on the best way for landlords in New York. Kavanagh’s district covers Manhattan and Brooklyn saying “we hope each tenant in want applies to this program.” Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz, who represents the Bronx additionally had a hand within the laws, was additionally in our roundtable dialogue, stating the brand new help for struggling landlords making the excellence “we need to make landlords complete, to the best extent doable, the cash is rarely touched by the tenants, it goes on to the landlords.”
We additionally took a more in-depth have a look at the motion on the Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act.
This week Governor Kathy Hochul in the present day introduced that the State Senate confirmed Tremaine Wright as Chair of New York’s Hashish Management Board (CCB) and Christopher Alexander as Govt Director of the Workplace of Hashish Administration (OCM).
Tim Lake was joined by Lauren Rudick, a accomplice at Hiller, PC, who has been very carefully concerned with serving to corporations navigate the hashish house in New York. Rudick discusses the finer authorized factors of what companies needs to be doing now to arrange for the event of the state’s retail marijuana program.
Hunter Friedland, CEO of NY-based firm Cirona Labs additionally joined the panel. Cirona is at the moment targeted on CBD drinks, however is actively working to develop into THC within the state. He discusses the thrilling alternatives to convey jobs and income into native communities.
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