Recreational Cannabis Licenses
So, the voters have spoken and now recreational marihuana possession and use are going to be legal in Michigan (they’re not quite yet, as detailed in our blog Proposal One Passed! What’s Next? What’s Legal?). Keep in mind, the passage of Proposal One does not change the fact that cannabis is still consider a schedule one drug, and it is illegal to possess or use marihuana for any reason under Federal Law, and doing so could lead to Federal charges. While that is unlikely to happen, it is still a possibility, and everyone should be aware of it all the same. Starting December 6, 2018 (though it might be a few days sooner depending on when the vote is officially certified by the State), individuals twenty-one (21) and older can possess and use cannabis, as long as you stay within the requirements of the new statute. However, the real question for many business owners and investors has become, how do I get a commercial license in Michigan’s recreational cannabis industry? Much of that answer is still murky, but there are ways to ensure preparedness when entering the marketplace.
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Prop One Passed and I Want A License to Sell Recreational Marihuana – What Do I Have to Do?