Measures that could grow Detroit’s medical marijuana industry go to voters

By John Schroyer Two local ballot measures to grow Detroit’s once-sizable medical marijuana industry have overcome significant legal hurdles and will now go before voters in November. The proposed changes, if approved by voters, would likely result in a broadening of the MJ-related business opportunities in Michigan’s biggest city. The measures – one to formally opt the city into a state MMJ regulatory system and one to amend the city’s cannabis business zoning laws – have withstood a legal challenge from the Detroit Elections Commission and also received a green light from the county’s election commission. Both decisions came ... Measures that could grow Detroit’s medical marijuana industry go to voters is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs