Michigan’s Cannabis Journey – Dispensary Spotlight on Treehouse 603

Michigan’s Cannabis Journey – How Treehouse 603 Got to the Finish Line A felony punishable by up to 15 years imprisonment and $ 10,000,000 in fines by the state, at the same time decriminalized and unenforced depending on the city.  Perhaps no set of laws in United States history have…

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Michigan’s New ‘Impaired Driving Safety Commission’ Introduced In H.B. 5024

A bill sponsored by Rep. Peter Lucido looks to expand government by creating another Commission, this time one which would establish a THC nanogram limit for drivers on Michigan’s roadways. Rep. Lucido’s bill will be heard in Committee on Tuesday, Feb. 9 at noon in the House Judiciary Committee. The…

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High Times Documents Michigan’s Marijuana Legalization Movement

High Times has recently expanded their coverage of marijuana-related events in Michigan and the March 2016 issue sports an article by the top man at the magazine. Editor-In-Chief Dan Skye came to Michigan and wrote about the push to legalize the adult use of marijuana- and why now it the…

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Add One, Subtract Two – Michigan’s Marijuana Legalization Scene Thins Out

Of the four groups claiming to want legalized marijuana in Michigan, three have been approved to collect signatures on petitions, two have essentially disappeared and only one has a clear shot at making the ballot. The organization with the clear shot is MILegalize; with more than 200,000 petition signatures collected…

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This Month – Michigan’s Marijuana Industry Business-To-Business Conference

On September 26 business professionals specializing in the industry of cannabis will enjoy an elegant lunch, nine seminars and an Invention Exposition during the Michigan Cannabis Business Development Conference in Flint. The Holiday Inn Gateway Centre will host the Conference in two ballrooms. Although no cannabis will be present or…

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Michigan’s Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Are Saving Lives, But Could Save More

A new working paper by the National Bureau of Economic Research reveals states with active medical marijuana dispensary systems are cutting 7% of illegal opioid deaths annually- but states with legalized dispensaries cut that rate by 20%. The working paper titled, ‘DO MEDICAL MARIJUANA LAWS REDUCE ADDICTIONS AND DEATHS RELATED…

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Will Michigan’s Autistic Get Safe Access To Medical Marijuana?

Today, Michigan will learn if autism will be added to the list of illnesses that would qualify a person to receive a physician’s recommendation for the use of medical marijuana. Two strong advocates for adding autism to that list have been Southfield attorney Michael Komorn and physician Dr. Harry Chugani,…

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