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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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The newly enacted law which legalized recreational marijuana in Michigan allows for individuals with marijuana-related felonies the opportunity to apply for licenses to operate marijuana businesses.

333.27986 Section 8.1, subsection c, of the new marijuana statue states, “a prior conviction solely for a marijuana-related offense does not disqualify an individual who is otherwise eligible for licensure unless the offense involved the distribution of a controlled substance to a minor.”

Those that were precluded from obtaining a medical marijuana facility license may now have a path to operate a commercial recreational marijuana facility under the laws recently passed by voter initiative.

 

 If you have a prior marijuana-related felony and want to know more about applying for a micro business license or any other type of license for recreational marijuana, call your local MMFLA Attorneys. Call the Covert Law firm today (517) 512-8364.

 

 

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