Cannabis Midterms = November Wins

By |November 13th, 2018|

Last week’s cannabis midterms made history in some states. Here’s a look at what passed:
MICHIGAN
First off, adult-use legalization was approved. Proposition 1 passed 56-44 percent. Michigan is now the tenth state to legalize for adult-use. Now, residents of the state can possess 2.5 ounces and can grow up to 12 plants in their own home. […]

Cannabis Market Update Across the Country

By |October 2nd, 2018|

A number of states across the country have either recently passed their marijuana legalization or have made significant changes to their regulations. Let’s take a look at a few noteworthy happenings in the cannabis market.
CALIFORNIA
The Governor of California recently signed a bill that lets cities issue temporary marijuana event permits at any venue. Jerry Brown’s […]

Anti-Marijuana Group Wants Michigan Marijuana Legalization

By |June 4th, 2018|

It’s the legislature’s move, says the Committee to Keep Pot out of Neighborhoods and Schools. Michigan marijuana legalization is on the ballot and ready to go to voters in November. But the Michigan group has been a staunch opponent of marijuana in the state. Now, they’ve switched their tune and are willing to go for […]

Medical Marijuana Licenses Released in Michigan

By |March 30th, 2018|

Spring is here! Michiganites are ready for their medical marijuana licenses.

Mega-growers of medical marijuana will soon find out if their applications have been accepted by the state of Michigan. Medical marijuana licenses will be released this spring. Three levels of licenses were developed within the state: Class A (allowing up to 500 plants); Class B (allowing up […]

Michigan Update

By |October 7th, 2016|

Michigan voters legalized medical marijuana in 2008. And law enforcement has been raiding dispensaries ever since.

Michigan’s Gov. Rick Snyder ® recently signed bills to establish medical cannabis industry rules and regulations. The bills establish a licensing system for MMJ businesses, legalize infused products and require a seed-to-sale tracking system.

“We can finally implement a solid framework that […]

State Bars Bar Attorneys

By |August 26th, 2016|

In a Catch-22 for the legal industry, state bar associations are issuing “ethics” opinions to discourage attorneys from protecting the rights of cannabusinesses. Those opinions warn attorneys helping medical marijuana businesses may be violating federal law and professional rules of conduct. Shades of Tom Hagen from The Godfather.  The non-binding opinions could make it tougher for cannabusinesses […]