Cannabis Industry Update:
Your toolbox of regulations, licensing activity, insights, and news for the Michigan cannabis industry
Medical marijuana was legalized in Michigan in 2008. The state is currently issuing state licenses under newly reformed laws. Local governments may enact anti-medical marijuana ordinances and require marijuana businesses to go through a permitting process. License applicants cannot obtain a state license without also obtaining local permits.
A recreational ballot measure was recently passed by voters in 2018.
Children under the age of 18 can use medical marijuana in Michigan if they have one doctor’s certification and a parent or guardian acting in the role of caretaker.
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- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
- Hepatitis C
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Michigan News & Insights:
To ensure patients have access to the medical marijuana they need without requiring that municipalities allow dispensaries, some states have decided to approve statewide cannabis deliveries, which includes deliveries to cities, towns, and other municipalities that...
Nearly a decade ago, Michigan adopted its first incarnation of a medical marijuana program—without any sort of licensing framework. To try and remedy this, state legislators decided to amend the law in 2016 and began rolling out a legitimate state and local licensing...
Earlier this year, Michigan regulators decided that their hemp industry should be mostly kept under wraps. Citing privacy concerns, regulators have chosen not to share any license holder information, be it location or even trade name. However, it’s beginning to appear...
The Cannabiz Media team attended MJBizCon in Las Vegas this month where we listened to a variety of insightful speaker presentations, spoke with a long list of people working in different sectors of the marijuana industry, and showed off the Cannabiz Media Database,...
More Licensing News
West Virginia recently shared information on their 285 medical marijuana applicants. This includes applications for one laboratory, 44 cultivators, 199 dispensaries and 41 manufacturers. A review of the data shows that 82 companies submitted the 285 applications....
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) gives consumers who reside in California significantly more control over how companies use their personal information. As a result, all companies need to review their data, systems, and processes to ensure they’re in full...
Business, schools and some government offices have closed down or reduced resources but we’ve still seen a few bright and interesting spots of license issuance. In the last week Maine issued their first conditional licenses while Oklahoma has continued to generate...