Thursday brought big changes to the Michigan Medical Marijuana Industry as Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed an executive order which abolished the Medical Marijuana Licensing Board, the five-member panel that was granting or denying licenses. In its place, the Order establishes a new Marijuana Regulatory Agency, which the Governor and the Attorney General, Dana Nessel, hope will accelerate the review and approval process for Medical Marijuana Facilities License applications. However, the move has left questions for patients, commercial license applicants, and for the legislature.
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Governor Abolishes Marijuana Licensing Board: What Now?