It has recently been reported in the Detroit Free Press that lawmakers are attempting to shut down medical marijuana providers that are currently unlicensed. But will this happen once and for all?
In recent years, attempts have been made to stop unlicensed providers – but various court challenges have prevented action from being taken. So is now the time for action to be carried out? Is this the bill that will finally ensure all medical marijuana providers in the state are licenced under Michigan’s new regulatory setup?
Earlier this month, a new bill was introduced and later approved by a House panel in a 5-0 bipartisan vote. The bill states that any Michigan marijuana dispensary that is currently operating without a licence, will not be able to obtain a Medical Marijuana License for the minimum term of one year, as of June 1.
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Will Unlicensed Michigan Medical Marijuana Providers Have to Close June 1st?