Prior to the passage of the bill package which created the Michigan Marihuana Facilities Licensing Act (MMFLA) in 2016, one of the community’s main concerns about the commercial cannabis market for medicinal users was the lack of diversity in product selection. If licensed retailers in the regulated market want to recruit consumers into their stores, they need to keep niche medicinal cannabis products on the shelf.
by Rick Thompson/February 25, 2020 Marijuana Business Daily, the industry’s most vital business resource, is surveying cannabis industry businesspersons to […]
Mark Lotter, the Director of Strategic Communications for President Trump’s re-election campaign, indicated during an interview last week that the […]
The Michigan House of Representatives will on Wednesday consider a bill to allow veterinarians to consult with pet owners about the potential benefits of cannabis-based medicines.
The cannabis industry in Michigan is growing so fast! It’s important to remember not only the people who made our cannabis and hemp industries possible but the institutions which gave our movement structure and ultimately led to successes in the legislature and at the voting booth.
John Sinclair – Free the Weed #105 – February 2020 https://mmmrmag.blogspot.com/2020/02/john-sinclair-free-weed-105-february.html Highest greetings from the former Motor City, where I’m […]
The head of the labor union that represents U.S. Border Patrol agents acknowledged on Friday that states that legalize marijuana […]
Delivered to the Marijuana Regulatory Agency February 12, 2020 — Good morning. Both the medical marijuana and adult-use cannabis programs […]
A pair of recent articles illustrates confidence in Michigan’s cannabis industry jobs and investment outlook by Rick Thompson/February 9, 2020 […]
“Two years ago there were hundreds of medical marijuana dispensaries operating in an unlicensed environment,” said Leafly Senior Editor Bruce […]