New Jersey Cracking Down On Businesses Offering 'Free Marijuana Gifts'State Attorney General Gurbir Grewal sent cease-and-desist letters to four vendors who offered free cannabis items with the purchase of snacks or baked goods.
Seen On Video: Marijuana Thrown Off Rooftop During Attempted Robbery In BrooklynSurveillance video shows it land on the sidewalk below, as people rush over to collect the contents. 
Amazon To Stop Testing Job Applicants For Marijuana, Says It Supports Federal LegalizationNew York City banned employers from testing jobseekers for marijuana in 2020.
'Not In My Backyard'; New Jersey Communities Banning Marijuana Businesses, Pot Farms After Voters Overwhelmingly Supported LegalizationMany shore towns, like Point Pleasant Beach, banded together in not wanting the area to become a marijuana tourist attraction.
Long Island Woman Sues Home Depot, Says She Was Denied Job Due To Having Medical Marijuana CardFelita Dobbins said she was on the brink of being hired by Home Depot until she disclosed her medical marijuana registry identification card issued by the state Department of Health.
Marijuana Supporters Celebrate 4/20; Free Joints Handed Out In Union Square To People Who Have Received COVID Vaccine ShotsGot your COVID-19 shot? Have some pot!
Long Island Businesses Say They Are Overwhelmed By The New Realities Of Recreational MarijuanaNew Yorkers 21 and older can now possess up to three ounces of marijuana at home or in public. The new law has triggered immediate workplace concerns for both employers and employees.
Child Psychiatrist Says Parents Should Lead Conversation About Marijuana With Kids After Legalization In New YorkChild psychiatrist Dr. Jodi Gold said now is the perfect time to talk to young people - teens especially - about pot.
NYPD Chief Rodney Harrison Discusses Police Reform, Protests, Hate Crimes, Gun Violence And More With CBS2's Maurice DuBoisHarrison was sworn in as Chief of Department on March 30. He's been an officer for nearly 30 years.
New York Legalizes Adult-Use Marijuana: 'A Historic Day'New Yorkers 21 and older will be able to legally buy cannabis from authorized retail outlets, possess up to three ounces, and grow their own plants. 
Opponents Of Marijuana's Legality In New York Fear Rise In Crime, Driving Under Influence, Decreased Quality Of LifeWednesday marked a historic day across the Empire State. Recreational marijuana is now legal. The legislation has won praise from many supporters, but opponents have voiced several concerns.