Court Expands Constitutional Protections For Car Passengers

Court Expands Constitutional Protections For Car Passengers

On April 22nd , the Supreme Court of Michigan issued an opinion that expands protection from unreasonable search and seizures of passengers and their personal items in an automobile in People Of The State of Michigan v. Larry Gerald Mead. This is a huge advancement for Fourth
Amendment protections from search and seizure for people in the state of Michigan.

Court Expands Constitutional Protections For Car Passengers

Vertical Integration || Is This the Right Approach

If you’re in the process of setting up a marijuana business in Michigan, or you have designs on creating a new company, you may be exploring your options. If you’ve done research into different business models, it’s likely that you have come across vertical integration. Within the sphere of the marijuana industry, vertical integration usually involves both cultivating and dispensing, but is it a good idea, and does it represent the right approach for your new venture?

Court Expands Constitutional Protections For Car Passengers

The Risks Of Selling CBD

In 2018, President Donald Trump took steps to legalize the sale of hemp-derived products via the Farm Bill; a set of measures designed to make it easier for entrepreneurs to sell products containing CBD. But while it is legal to sell marijuana in some states, the Food and Drug Administration recently warned that is not yet legal to sell CBD-containing foods, cosmetics or dietary supplements.

Court Expands Constitutional Protections For Car Passengers

Information About Each Type of Medical Marijuana Licenses

Michigan has passed a revised marijuana framework, which comprises five types of marijuana licenses. If you’re thinking of setting up a business that dispenses either medical or recreational marijuana in Michigan, it’s essential to be aware of changes in legislation and to familiarize yourself with the different types of license set out by LARA.

Court Expands Constitutional Protections For Car Passengers

How Did The Passing of 2018 PA 10 Affect Growers, Processors, and Safety Compliance Facilities

2018 PA 10 is a set of rules that clarifies and updates the existing regulations concerning Michigan marijuana transportation for growers, processors, and safety compliance facilities. The purpose of the law is to provide more details about situations in which a secure transporter may not be required. The thrust of the new rules is to help to streamline operations of all stakeholders in the industry and, ultimately, cut overall costs.

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