As New York explores legalizing recreational marijuana, our state’s wine and liquor store owners are asking for the right to welcome those sales into their stores. Let’s take this step with the responsible partners we trust most.
Dear (REP NAME),
As a concerned resident of your district, I urge you to support recreational marijuana sales in our state’s wine and liquor stores.
While New York moves closer to legalization, Albany must decide who will have the right to retail. New York’s wine and liquor stores present a natural partner.
Wine and liquor store owners are the retailers New Yorkers like me value and trust—providing thousands of jobs to the people we call family and friends, and responsibly serving as the first line of defense in keeping a restricted product out of the hands of minors. With locations in every corner of the state, these stores offer immediate access to the market, meaning more revenue for the needs of our community, and our state.
Supporting recreational marijuana sales in wine and liquor stores is an obvious win-win opportunity for a bedrock industry of New York’s Main Street economies and the future of our state. Please seize this opportunity!