Weekly Michigan Marijuana News
A weekly review of Michigan’s Cannabis Industry 6/12/19
6/10/2019 – Only one medical marijuana dispensary in the U.P. has been licensed by the state. And it’s in Houghton, a five-hour drive from Sault Ste. Marie or St. Ignace in good weather and nearly 10 hours from metro Detroit.
6/12/2019 – Common Citizen will be opening its manufacturing and R&D headquarters in Marshall, Michigan later this summer with a scale capacity up to 1.2-million-square-feet, which is estimated to create 400 jobs over the next five years.
6/10/19 – The first day of the first High Times Michigan Cannabis Cup since Michigan voted to legalize recreational marijuana may have given us a whiff of what the market will be like in Michigan.
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6/12/2019 – Once you’ve picked up milk, bread and eggs at the grocery store, you can now buzz over to the health and beauty section for some CBD-infused products to calm your aching back.
6/13/2019 – This week, Clinton Township decided not to pursue an ordinance that would allow medical marijuana sales, according to Local 4’s Nick Monacelli. They already opted out of recreational marijuana in April.
6/5/2019 – A 57-year-old retired nurse with stage 4 cancer filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday seeking a temporary restraining order that would allow her access to marijuana-based medicine she says she hasn’t been able to get since the state imposed heavier restrictions on it.