Weekly Michigan Marijuana News
A weekly review of Michigan’s Cannabis Industry Tuesday October 15, 2019
10/13/2019 – The High Times Cannabis Bazaar — a grand gathering of marijuana enthusiasts and newbies — drew thousands to Detroit’s Russell Industrial Center…
10/10/2019 – A divided Muskegon City Commission voted 5-2 on Oct. 8 to approve the ordinance which allows recreational marijuana businesses to operate in Muskegon.
10/10/19 – The Muskegon Township supervisor says only seven licenses are available and they’ll be distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Detroit Free Press
10/10/2019 – Licenses for the sale of recreational marijuana should be expected to be awarded in November and December. However, it’s likely you won’t start seeing recreational marijuana for sale in Michigan until early 2020
WDIC – Click On Detroit
10/11/2019 – Michigan is poised to start accepting applications for licenses as the state’s recreational marijuana system gets running and the expansion of the new business venture could impact other people as well. Starting in November,applications can be submitted for the state’s different license options. They range from small grower licenses to micro-business licenses.
10/15/2019 – Now that marijuana is legal in Michigan, consumers can expect to see all kinds of infused products, from beverages to lip balm.
10/7/2019 – Michigan hemp farmers and processors are celebrating their first harvest amid hopes for a booming new industry in Michigan.
Detroit Free Press
10/6/2019 – At least half of Michigan’s communities have opted to ban recreational cannabis facilities so far, as Nov. 1 looms – the date the state will start taking business applications. Just over 51 percent of Michigan’s 1,773 cities, townships and other municipalities have notified the state as of…
Crain’s Detroit Business