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US (MI): State expands eligibility to grow, sell cannabis

The state of Michigan is expanding the eligibility to apply for cannabis growing, processing, and selling licenses in an effort to minimize the illegal market for cannabis.

The Marijuana Regulatory Agency will begin accepting applications from any applicant under the authority of the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act beginning March 1, 2021. Previously, applications were only accepted from entities that had legal previous cannabis experience, such as those in the medical cannabis industry.

The agency began accepting applications from those with previous experience for licensure under the act on Nov. 1, 2019. Eligibility for licensure under the act is restricted under Section 9(6) of the act for 24 months after act began accepting applications for class A growers, microbusinesses, retailers, processors, class B and C growers, and secure transporters.


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