Lansing — Some medical marijuana businesses in Michigan will get a break from a looming state licensing deadline, but which ones qualify and for how long is not yet clear.
The state Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs will extend the emergency rules that allow certain existing medical marijuana businesses to continue operating during the licensing process, said Andrew Brisbo, director for the Bureau of Medical Marihuana Regulation.
The emergency rules, which were put in place to ensure patients still had access to medical marijuana through the licensing period, are set to expire Friday. Brisbo said the state should have details Tuesday on an extension of those rules.
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