Weekly Michigan Marijuana News
A weekly review of Michigan’s Cannabis Industry 6/4/19
Legalized Cannabis Brings New Challenges for Health Care Providers
6/4/2019 – Marijuana’s growing availability and public acceptance has brought unintended consequence for users — including some who end up needing emergency care.
Gov. Whitmer promised to expunge marijuana-related criminal records in Michigan.
6/3/2019 – More than six months after voters legalized recreational marijuana in Michigan, more than 10,000 residents who have been convicted of minor pot-related offenses in the past decade still have no recourse to clear their criminal records.
Michigan regulators expect to lay out emergency rules for recreational pot sales this month
6/1/19 – Recreational marijuana use has been legal in Michigan since the passage of last year’s state ballot question. But recreational sales are still in limbo, as the Michigan Marijuana Regulatory Agency works on the rules.
Michigan NPR Radio
Michigan is blowing its lead as the first state in the Midwest to legalize pot
6/5/2019 – Amid the familiar thumping beats and far-out fashions at Movement on Saturday, one longtime feature was absent from Detroit’s annual techno festival: the zealous marijuana-legalization advocates who lined the Hart Plaza sidewalks for years
Recreational marijuana: Illinois embarks on a long, strange trip
6/4/2019 – We want Illinois to get its legislation and regulations right the first time. Michigan, the first Midwest state to approve recreational cannabis, is just ramping up.
Michigan Medical Cannabis Forum Taking Place in Troy on June 8
6/5/2019 – Andrew Brisbo has been in licensing and regulation with the State of Michigan since 2004, including experience with the Michigan Gaming Control Board, Department of State and occupational and health professional licensing in LARA.