New Laws Provide Clarification for Medical Marijuana Patients, Caregivers and Provisioning Centers
On September 21, 2016, Governor Snyder signed a three-bill package to clarify the state's voter-approved medical marijuana law adopted in 2008. House Bills 4209, 4210, and 4827 authorize cities, townships and villages to permit and regulate the location and number of medical marijuana provisioning centers by local ordinance. Additionally, the bills allow marijuana-infused products and create a "seed-to-sale" tracking system to ensure that any marijuana being dispensed to patients has been tested. The bills take effect in 90-days and are now Public Acts 281-283 of 2016.
If you have any questions regarding any of the above information please contact Kenneth P. Lane at (517) 318-3062 | email@example.com or another member of Clark Hill's Municipal Team.
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