After a period of wait where no recreational Marijuana sale rules or plans seem to have been in place, it appears that the Bureau of Marijuana Regulation are to set to draft laws ahead of June 2019, according to The Detroit News.

Regarding both the commercialised production and then the sale of recreational marijuana in the state of Michigan, while the plans may be announced by June, the implementation may not take place until months later, according to Director Andrew Brisbo, whenever applications for a Recreational Marijuana License can start to be taken.

However, this is all very much on-plan for the state. After the usage of recreational cannabis was approved in November 2018, LARA was given until December 2019 to create the rules and allow Recreational Marijuana License applications to be accepted.

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Michigan Expected to Draft Recreational Marijuana Rules by June 2019