Michigan’s First Licensed Medical Marijuana Facilities in Limbo

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Last week the first businesses in Michigan gained approval for licenses from the state’s Medical Marihuana Licensing Board — but that doesn’t mean they can use that new license yet to distribute medicine to patients.

A total of seven licenses were approved last week — with four of the licenses going to one grower in Chesaning. An Ann Arbor provisioning center, an Ann Arbor processor and a Lansing transporter all received licenses.

“Technically they could open their doors right away,” said David Harns, spokesman for the state’s Bureau of Medical Marihuana Regulation.

Read the Original Article: Michigan’s first licensed medical marijuana facilities in limbo | MLive.com

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