Michigan State Board Approves 16 Medical Marijuana Licenses

Michigan State Board Approves 16 Medical Marijuana Licenses

Starting Sept. 15, however, any business that doesn’t have a license must close.

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August 14, 2018

A state board has approved 16 medical marijuana licenses. Licenses have been approved at all stages of the medical marijuana system– from dispensaries to testing labs. But there’s been some concern about having enough pot shops open for patients.

Starting September 15th, any dispensary that doesn’t have a license will have to close.

David Harns is a spokesperson for the Bureau of Medical Marihuana Regulation. He says once the deadline hits, there should be enough open dispensaries to meet the need.

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