GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Dozens of medical marijuana provisioning centers across Michigan will be reopening, just weeks after the state forced them to shut down.
At the recommendation of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, the state's medical marijuana licensing board will allow facilities waiting for their license to resume operations until March 31.
The board, which meets once a month, has approved a little more than 50 provisioning centers in the state.
"It's just, it's really difficult for patients in Michigan, right now," marijuana industry professional Jamie Cooper said.
Whitmer recommended the state allow facilities to reopen as they continue to pursue a license until March 31.