Michigan Bill Seeks to Merge Adult-Use and Medical Cannabis Regulations

Bi-partisan legislation introduced in Michigan aims to “modernize” the state’s cannabis laws by merging regulations for the adult-use and medical cannabis industry. The reforms would repeal the state’s 2016 Medical Marihuana Facilities Licensing Act, and the bill’s sponsors say the current dual regulatory system “has created burdens for businesses as well as the state’s Cannabis Regulatory Agency.”

In a statement, State Rep. Graham Filler (R), said “Streamlining and simplifying these laws is a win for everyone involved – from businesses to patients to regulators.”

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