Marijuana Licensing

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The Michigan Bureau of Marijuana Regulation (BMR) says yes, cannabis brand licensing is legal in Michigan

On March 21, 2019, the Bureau of Marijuana Regulation (BMR) released an advisory bulletin. This bulletin states that a cannabis brand or recipe can be licensed to a licensed facility. If you have an existing brand and want to get into the legal market, this may be a way to get there without having to obtain a full MMFLA license for yourself.

Likewise, if you have questions regarding either licensing a brand or obtaining an established brand call the Michigan Cannabis Lawyers at 517-512-8364.

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Michigan Governor Moves to Abolish Medical Marijuana Licensing Board

Medical Marijuana Licensing Board Abolished

Today, March 1, 2019, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer issued an order effectively abolishing the Medical Marijuana Licensing Board.

The Marijuana Regulatory Agency will take its place and oversee the regulation of both medical and recreational marijuana licensing. Gov. Whitmer was quoted saying, “All elements of this Agency have been designed to serve and better protect Michigan residents, and I’m eager to have a unified effort across state departments to make sure this process runs effectively and efficiently.”

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Changes to Michigan MMFLA License May Affect Recreational Applicants

Michigan MMFLA License Changes

Since recreational marijuana use is legalized, those in the office are attempting to amend the newly passed initiative as well as the existing medical marijuana laws.

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Michigan Marihuana Laws – Home Cultivation and Micro Business

A recent House Bill was proposed and struck down that took aim at-home cultivation and marihuana microbusinesses.

House Bill 1243 was proposed by Republican Senator Arlan Meekhof on November 29. This Bill aimed to ban home cultivation by adults, which was approved by Michigan voters as part of Prop 1. Prop 1 provided in part that those over the age of 21 that are residents of Michigan may legally grow up to 12 marihuana plants in their home.

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MMFLA Attorneys Say You Can Apply for a Marijuana License with a Felony

Our Michigan cannabis MMFLA Attorneys say you can apply for a marijuana license with a felony.

Did you know: Michigan allows for individuals with marijuana-related felonies the opportunity to apply for licenses to operate a marijuana facility? Our MMFLA Attorneys are here to help you understand.

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Free Marijuana Microbusiness License Information

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What is a Marijuana Microbusiness?

A Michigan Marijuana Microbusiness is a commercial cultivation license in Michigan. This is a type of license used for a small cannabis business. This regulation is utilized where the recreational use of marihuana has been legalized.

Similar to microbreweries for the production and sale of alcohol, marihuana microbusinesses are independently owned businesses that grow, process, and sell their own marihuana.

By applying for a micro license, an individual 21 years of age or older may be allowed to grow, process, and sell marihuana to others 21 or older.

Although limitations exist on production quantity and outlet ability, marihuana microbusinesses are well poised to compete in Michigan’s recreational landscape.

In the state of Michigan, a proposed initiative called the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act (MRTMA) would allow an adult, 21 years of age or older, to apply for a license to operate a Michigan marijuana microbusiness.

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Michigan: Banned Edible Marijuana Products

Banned Edible Marijuana Products

Today, Michigan announced that certain edible marihuana products are not fit for production under the state’s new regulations.

Some of the products that Michigan has decided not to allow include:

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Deadline for Michigan Medical Marihuana Businesses

On August 9, 2018, the Bureau of Medical Marihuana Regulation held a meeting to consider 25 applications for a medical marihuana facility license.

On September 15, 2018, those businesses which are temporarily operating under Emergency Rule 19 will be forced to shut their doors unless they possess a valid operating license from the State of Michigan. At the conclusion of the meeting, 9 operating licenses were granted to various facilities.

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LARA’s BMMR releases advisory bulletin on creation of THCa products.

August 10, 2018 – LARA released today an advisory bulletin on the topic of THCa “diamonds” – or isolate crystals – and their concerns with the safety of the creation process for these products. According to the BMMR, its observations of the creation process of THCa diamonds in Michigan raised safety concerns surrounding the cycle of pressurizing and venting containers to remove unwanted solvent gases during the THCa formation process.

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Bureau of Medical Marihuana Regulations Extends Deadline for Provisioning Centers Temporarily Operating While Their Application is Pending

Michigan Marijuana Licensing Extension May 30, 2018

The department of Licensing And Regulatory Affairs (LARA) issued new emergency rules through the Bureau of Medical Marihuana Regulations (BMMR), which will help ensure medical marihuana patients will continue to have safe access to their medicine.

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