Michigan

Michigan

Supply Concerns Dominate Michigan Marijuana Regulatory Agency’s First Meeting

“There is no flower in the system. There’s none to be bought. I’m running out,” said Jacob Abraham, who owns a medical cannabis dispensary.

Michigan, Q&A

Q&A: How Michigan’s New Cannabis Business Group Seeks to Steady the Market

Josh Hovey shares the Michigan Cannabis Industry Association’s plans to work with the Democratic administration tasked with bringing medical and recreational use sales above board.

Michigan, Missouri, North Dakota, Utah

Cannabis and the Midterms

On Election Day, three of four cannabis voter measures passed. And dozens of congressional, gubernatorial, and local results have implications for the future of cannabis in the US.

Michigan

The Cannabis Factor in Michigan’s Governor’s Race

Voters have a chance to legalize, and a choice between candidates with opposite views on cannabis.

Michigan

Lawmaker Inaction Shapes Cannabis in Michigan as Legalization Heads to the Ballot Box

Voters are likely to approve recreational cannabis but there are warning signs in the state’s messy cannabis past