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“I’m Stuck” cannabis dispensary operator faces severe fines for illegal operations in Cayuga, Wayne counties

The crackdown on unlicensed cannabis dispensaries in New York continues, with the I’m Stuck chain facing significant fines following a court order. Owner David Tulley must provide sales and bank records by March 16 for his now-closed Cayuga County locations, according to The Citizen.

With fines reaching up to $20,000 per day post-cease order, Tulley’s penalties could exceed $2 million for violations tied to his establishments in Auburn and Aurelius, highlighting the state’s intensified enforcement efforts against illegal cannabis sales.

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The state’s Office of Cannabis Management (OCM) is leveraging a comprehensive enforcement strategy, incorporating labor, tax, and cannabis laws to impose hefty fines on non-compliant businesses.

As the legal cannabis market in New York expands, the state has shut down I’m Stuck and similar “gray market” dispensaries, marking a significant step in establishing a regulated industry. Tulley also had an operation in Ontario, Wayne County, which was shut down after raids.