Michigan's Marijuana Dispensaries Won't Run Out of Cannabis After State Offers Help

Michigan's Marijuana Dispensaries Won't Run Out of Cannabis After State Offers Help

The Medical Marijuana Licensing Board will consider allowing licensed dispensaries to continue to purchase, test and sell marijuana from registered caregivers.

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November 29, 2018

LANSING — Licensed medical marijuana dispensaries got a break Wednesday, ending a mini-panic over a shortage of marijuana from licensed growers.

A new resolution that will be considered by the Medical Marijuana Licensing Board next week will allow licensed dispensaries to continue to purchase, test and sell marijuana from registered caregivers, who have been supplying dispensaries while state-licensed growers get up and running to produce usable marijuana.

Prior to the announcement, the licensed dispensaries had 30 days to sell all their marijuana products from caregivers and then transition to getting product from licensed growers. The dispensary owners were supposed to destroy whatever was left over from caregivers.

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