Following a successful grass roots petition drive, Michigan residents will have an opportunity to vote on Nov. 6 to legalize the recreational use of cannabis.
While banks remain on the cannabis industry sideline, a letter to Congress by state attorneys generals could soon change that.
Applicants seeking Michigan medical cannabis business licenses must provide full disclosure of their criminal past.
Green caution symbol at center of Michigan's new medical cannabis labeling protocol.
Michigan Treasury Department seemingly double-dips cannabis related businesses with new tax rules.
Michigan law would require an amendment to allow insolvent cannabis-related businesses to wind down because they are barred from seeking federal bankruptcy protection.
U.S. Attorney General Sessions reneges on promise not to trample states’ rights on cannabis decriminalization.
Michigan medical cannabis board issues Advisory Bulletin that includes possibility of unified operations in one location.
Michigan licensing board seeks to force medical cannabis establishments to close by Dec. 15 before they are eligible to be considered for a state license.
Michigan Marihuana Licensing Board member suggests proposal to shutter existing medical cannabis dispensaries statewide by Sept. 5.
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