US: Cannabis cultivation in Michigan raises questions about workforce, environmental impact

Michigan voters' approval of the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act (MRTMA) last November resolved one major legal anxiety for the state's cannabis industry, but it also introduced countless new questions.

There's still considerable uncertainty over specifics of the state's recreational cannabis policy itself, as emergency rules released last month will expire early next year. Those looking to get into the business of growing and cultivating cannabis — or who already do so illegally and want to become legit, or who want to know what it would mean to live or do business near a cannabis cultivation operation — are muddling through, trying to understand what comes next.

Crain's Patrick Dunn spoke to experts in cannabis cultivation and regulation. You can read the full article here.

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