“Compassionate Intent” Shouldn’t Be Complicated

Posted in: News- Jun 25, 2015 No Comments

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette and Michigan’s courts have repeatedly pushed to interpret Michigan’s Marihuana Act in more restrictive ways. However, these actions have done little to slow the growth of marijuana dispensaries in the Metro Detroit area.

Experts agree there are still millions of dollars of untapped potential in the local cannabis industry. “If Michigan were to go all in on marijuana, the state could even stand to outstrip the competition in the less populous states of Colorado and Washington,” according to a recent Metro Mode Media article.

Read more about how medical marijuana and dispensaries are becoming a legitimate industry in several states.

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