Om in the News
Stateside: Banking for marijuana industry; sorting invasive and native fish; tax foreclosure lawsuit
Today on Stateside , a lack of legal banking options in the marijuana industry means that many businesses are operating solely in cash—creating significant
Students, local businesses discuss impact of recreational marijuana legalization
The Michigan Daily
After the legalization of adult-use recreational marijuana in 2018 and the first day of sales last month, both students and the Ann Arbor community have demonstrated high demand for cannabis products.
Cannabis is legal to purchase, so why not give it as a gift?
FOX 2 Detroit
With it legal to smoke and now legal to purchase, gifting cannabis as a Christmas gift might not be the worst decision for anyone looking for a last-minute present idea.
Darren McCarty at opening of recreational marijuana shop in Ann Arbor: 'Itâs about time'
Detroit Free Press
Om of Medicine has been selling medical marijuana for nearly 10 years. On Monday, it became the latest shop to add recreational sales.
Darren McCarty cheers on Ann Arbor’s Om of Medicine as recreational cannabis sales begin
Om of Medicine celebrates recreational sales with activists and statewide leaders.
Two more Ann Arbor shops get recreational marijuana licenses
Ann Arbor's Om of Medicine and Bloom City Club will begin selling for adult use.
How recreational pot could shift the landscape of marijuana use in Michigan
It's been almost a year since Michigan voters legalized recreational marijuana. Soon, the state will begin accepting applications for recreational pot
Local business owners, students reflect on potential of SAFE Banking Act
The Michigan Daily
The House of Representatives passed the Secure And Fair Enforcement Banking Act on Sept. 25, to protect and facilitate relationships for banking organizations looking to work with legitimate cannabis businesses. After struggling with maintaining relationships with banks for years, Ann Arbor cannabis dispensaries believe the bill could drastically benefit business and destigmatize the cannabis industry as a whole.
Opinions mixed as Ann Arbor considers cannabis consumption centers
The pros and cons of allowing cannabis consumption centers in Ann Arbor were discussed and debated at City Council this week.
University of Michigan, Om of Medicine conducting joint cannabis study
University of Michigan researcher Daniel Kruger has partnered with cannabis provisioning center Om of Medicine to conduct a nationwide study assessing the patient-doctor relationship with regard to cannabis use and people's experience using medical marijuana.
WLAA: U-M professors conducting studies on cannabis use from a public-health perspective
We Love Ann Arbor
Om of Medicine and Public Health Researchers Jessica Kruger and Daniel Kruger team up to bridge the gap between medicinal cannabis and today's Healthcare System.
Community involvement helps The Om of Medicine dispensary transition
Marijuana Business Magazine
The Om of Medicine in Ann Arbor, Michigan, boasts a prominent public profile through its active community involvement and by working with local nonprofits.
Why Hash Bash is different this year
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48th annual Hash Bash this weekend in Ann Arbor: What you need to know
Hash Bash is about to mark a major milestone.
Not your average weed dispensary: Inside Ann Arbor's Om of Medicine
Om of Medicine in downtown Ann Arbor is not your run-of-the-mill cannabis dispensary. Upon entering, it feels more like an trendy hotel or spa, with calming music, a lush, living wall of plants and a posh waiting area.
Cannabis culture in Ann Arbor at an all-time high ahead of 48th Hash Bash
Dozens of marijuana-related businesses, including new dispensaries, grow operations, bakeries and a high-tech science lab, are laying roots in Tree Town, a city with a rich history of pot activism.
Marijuana’s growing presence in Ann Arbor offers a new city revenue stream
As the cannabis industry grows its presence in Ann Arbor, new city revenue is budding.
Medical Marijuana facilities given temporary licenses following shortage
The Michigan Daily
More than 70 Michigan dispensaries operating under temporary licenses were forced to shut their doors at the beginning of 2019. In compliance with a set of bills passed in 2016, reforming the way the state regulates the production and sale of medical marijuana. The result was a shortage in medical marijuana, plaguing many areas in Michigan including much of Ann Arbor.
Campaign Update From Michigan's Coalition To Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol - The National Cannabis Industry Association
The National Cannabis Industry Association
NCIA recently spoke with two key figures in the state of Michigan to get an update from the boots on the ground about the efforts to legalize cannabis for adults this year. Mark Passerini is the founder of a medical dispensary based in Ann Arbor, Om of Medicine, and was also recently elected to serve...