medical marijuana

WKAR Special Report: Marijuana in Michigan
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Michigan plans to allow medical marijuana patients and their doctors to complete registrations online.

WKAR Special Report: Marijuana in Michigan
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The state is trying to figure out the “best way forward” for medical marijuana patients and shops. Capitol Correspondent Cheyna Roth reports a judge ordered the state to allow all medical marijuana dispensaries to stay open while they wait for their licenses to be approved by a state board.

  

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A Michigan judge has halted plans by state regulators that would have shuttered nearly 100 medical marijuana businesses as part of a newly approved set of licensing rules.

WKAR Special Report: Marijuana in Michigan
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Michigan regulators on Tuesday again extended the deadline for medical marijuana businesses to be licensed, allowing 108 facilities to continue operating while warning that 98 others will be issued cease-and-desist letters if they do not close by the end of the week.

WKAR Special Report: Marijuana in Michigan
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Did you hear the doorbell? It could be your marijuana.

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A medical marijuana business plans to build a headquarters for its state operations in southern Michigan.

WKAR Special Report: Marijuana in Michigan
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Michigan now has all the pieces it needs for a fully licensed and operational medical marijuana industry. But some marijuana businesses may still not get licensed before a September 15th deadline.


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Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder has asked the state police to look into whether any state officials are on the take related to the state's medical marijuana market.

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The Grand Rapids City Commission has voted to allow medical marijuana facilities in the western Michigan city.

Current State for July 14-15, 2018

Jul 13, 2018

On this weekend's show: In-depth interviews with MSU interim president John Engler and Dr. Mona Hanna-Atisha, the pediatrician in the middle of the Flint Water Crisis. Plus, Michigan expands the conditions for medical marijuana use, a program feeding Lansing students during the summer, Purple Heart medals being returned to the families of local veterans and the Eaton County Fair! 


State Issues Its First Medical Marijuana Licenses

Jul 12, 2018
The Medical Marijuana Licensing Board approved the state's first seven licenses Thursday.
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Michigan’s Medical Marijuana Licensing Board issued the state’s first seven operating licenses today at its meeting in downtown Lansing. Katie Cook reports.

 


WKAR Special Report: Marijuana in Michigan
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Michigan’s medical marijuana industry will take a giant leap forward in Lansing on Thursday.

WKAR Special Report: Marijuana in Michigan
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The City of Lansing continues to review applications for medical marijuana business licenses, and so far, few have been approved. Katie Cook reports.

 


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A state board is starting to move faster to finalize business licenses to grow, transport, test, and sell medical marijuana. As we hear from Capital Bureau Chief Rick Pluta, the marijuana board added three meetings to its schedule between now and the end of the year.


WKAR Special Report: Marijuana in Michigan
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People who want a license to grow or sell medical marijuana in Michigan have yet more confusing circumstances to deal with when it comes to getting licensed.


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