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The Cannabist | DEC 5, 2017 | LANSING, Mich. With two weeks to go before licensing, Gov. Rick Snyder issued regulations for businesses wanting to grow or sell medical cannabis
Michigan issues emergency medical marijuana rules
David Eggert, The Associated Press
Gov. Rick Snyder issued rules Monday policing medical marijuana businesses, less than two weeks before the state begins accepting license applications under a new regulatory system.
The emergency rules will remain in effect for at least six months until permanent ones are finalized. They regulate varied topics including advertising, security requirements and how much capital businesses must have to get into growing, processing, selling, transporting or testing marijuana.
The state had previously given guidance on major issues such as the status of existing dispensary shop....
Michigan police face questions about using experimental saliva drug test at DUI stops
The Associated Press
Michigan State Police officers are conducting roadside saliva tests on suspected drug-impaired motorists as part of a program spurring questions about the tests accuracy.
State Police Special First Lt. Jim Flegel told the South Bend Tribune that the program uses a portable saliva-testing device that can tell officers if there are certain drugs in a drivers system, such as marijuana or opiates. The program will test the accuracy and reliability of the Alere DDS2 device, which is meant to assess the presence of drugs in about five minutes.
Law enforcement and academic exper....
Michigan: Legalization Coalition Turns in 360,000 Signatures to Place Issue on 2018 Ballot
Proponents of a Michigan voter initiative effort to legalize and regulate the personal use and retail sale of cannabis today turned in more than 360,000 signatures in an effort to qualify the measure for the November 2018 ballot. Advocates must possess a total of 252,523 valid signatures from registered voters in order to place the initiative the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act on next years ballot.
The initiative permits those over the age of 21 to possess and grow personal use quantities of cannabis and related concentrates, while also licensing activ....
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