Marijuana Licensing

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Cannabis Attorney Joshua Covert debates Missaukee County Sheriff Jim Bosscher On Legalization

On March 23, 2018, The Cadillac News published an editorial regarding the legalization of marijuana in Michigan.  The editorial featured an anti-legalization piece written by Missaukee County Sheriff Jim Bosscher and a pro-legalization piece written by Michigan Cannabis Lawyer Joshua Covert.

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More Pre-qualification Approvals but Contradictory Statements from The Board at Today’s Meeting Cause Concern

Thursday, May 3rd the Michigan Marijuana Facilities Licensing Board met and approved all three of the pre-qualification applications that were presented.

Two of the applications passed unanimously and the other passed on by a 4-1 vote with Pickard being the only vote for denial.

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Joshua Covert of The Michigan Cannabis Lawyers is Interviewed in the Lansing City Pulse

Marijuana attorney Joshua Covert was recently interviewed by the Lansing City Pulse in the annual 4/20 edition.

The article discusses his work as a Cannabis Lawyer and how he fights the drug war.

“I started thinking about my mom going to jail for using cannabis and that’s kind of like what spurred the thought about going to law school,” he said. “I decided to actually do that, to help keep people like my mom out of jail.”

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Read the article Four people in the pot trade from the Lansing City Pulse.

Attorney Joshua Covert Speaks at UNRIG THE SYSTEM Event in Lansing

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Attorney Joshua Covert speaks at Unrig The System at 4-15-18 in Lansing Michigan.

On Sunday, April 15th attorney Joshua Covert spoke at an event in Lansing geared to sharing information about local activism and grassroots efforts to empower citizens to play a larger role in the political process.

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Why the Next Medical Marijuana Licensing Board Meeting is Super Important

The next Michigan Medical Marihuana (Marijuana) Facility Licensing Act board meeting will tell us a lot in regards to timelines for the upcoming industry.

The Bureau of Medical Marihuana Regulation (BMMR) began accepting applications for licenses under the Michigan Medical Marihuana Facility Licensing Act (MMFLA) in December of 2017.  Hundreds of applications have been submitted to the BMMR but so far there have been only two applications submitted to the state board for approval.

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State of Michigan Orders Hundreds of Medical Marihuana Provisioning Centers to Close Their Doors

Michigan has approximately 277,000 medical marihuana patients. Those individuals may find themselves having to travel a greater distance to purchase marihuana after Michigan issued cease and desist letters to over 200 medical marihuana provisioning centers, many of them located in Wayne County.

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Annual MMFLA Regulatory Assessments Set

The MMFLA Regulatory Assessments fee for the 2018 fiscal year has been announced by LARA.

Each applicant will be required to pay the MMFLA regulatory assessments after their respective license is approved by the Medical Marihuana Licensing Board.

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BMMR Pre License Inspection: Advisory Bulletins

This week The Bureau of Medical Marihuana Regulation (BMMR) released several advisory bulletins.

These bulletins were aimed at reminding Medical Marihuana Facilities Licensing Act (MMFLA) applicants of pre-license inspections. The BMMR Pre License Inspection Advisory bulletins were released for each of the five types of licenses allowed under the MMFLA as well as a General Pre-Licensure Inspection

Reminder.  Each applicant should read and understand their respective advisory bulletin as well as the general advisory bulletin.

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