After drug conviction, NY couple plans marijuana dispensary – The Daily Record (Rochester, N.Y.)

HICKSVILLE, N.Y. (AP) — Eladio Guzmán spent two years in jail for selling drugs, missing the birth of his first child. Cannabis is part of his tumultuous past, but a year after New York legalized possession and use of marijuana, it could be his future. He’s eager to open a recreational dispensary. “I did time, we suffered,” said … .subscribe_option { margin: auto; text-align:center; display: none; } .subscribe_option .option_listing { width:155px; float:left; margin-bottom:15px; } .subscribe_option a { text-decoration:none; visited:#444444; hover:#444444; } .subscribe_option #guarantee { display: block; float: left; width: 330px; } #subscribe-small > div { float: none; margin: auto; } @media only screen and (min-width: 769px) { #subscribe_div {width: 500px;} #subscribe-large {display: block;} #subscribe-small .active {display: none;} } @media only screen and (max-width: 769px) { #subscribe_div {width: 100%;} #subscribe-large {display: none;} #subscribe-small {display: block;} #subscribe-small .subscribe_image {display: none;} .dmcss_login_form .dmcss_tab_div {padding: 0;} }
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