Proposal One Passed
On November 6, 2018, Michigan became the tenth state to legalize the recreational use of marihuana by its residents. The vote passed by a substantial margin and makes Michigan the only State in the Midwest that has permitted recreational use of cannabis. Now, we have to consider what happens next, and people need to be clear about what’s legal today, and what’s changing in the near future.
Please note: EVEN THOUGH MICHIGAN HAS PASSED PROPOSAL ONE AND THE STATE WILL PERMIT POSSESSION OF MARIHUANA UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES IT IS STILL ILLEGAL UNDER FEDERAL LAW.
You should consult with an attorney if you have any questions about how the conflict between State and Federal law could impact you.
Since December 15, 2017, Medical Marijuana Dispensaries and Grow Operations have been legally permitted to conduct business in throughout the state of Michigan. However, the cannabis industry remains one where company owners need to tread carefully. In truth, acquiring the help of a cannabis attorney is probably one of the smartest investments you’ll ever make.
A cannabis attorney can support you throughout several phases of the business journey. Here are some of the reasons you should consider this move to be essential.
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On November 6, 2018, Michiganders will again see marihuana on the ballot, as they decide whether or not to support Proposal One. The Proposal would legalize recreational marihuana usage throughout the State for persons who are 21 years of age or older. The law would allow
any person to possess up to 2.5 ounces of usable marihuana or its equivalent for use. Further, it would allow for the opening of recreational marihuana facilities licenses to produce, sell, process, test and transport recreational marihuana. Many of the current cannabis laws that are
on the books would be changed, turning what had previously been criminal misdemeanors into civil infractions, and it will be perfectly legal for retail sales of the drug to take place – provided the businesses are licensed. However, the regulatory structure will be strict, and the fears of
every gas station selling legal marihuana to school children are completely unfounded, and in fact, could not happen under the language of Proposal One.