Michigan bills would keep MMJ dispensaries open during licensing

Two bills going before Michigan lawmakers would allow medical marijuana dispensaries currently operating in the state to remain open while they’re undergoing a new state licensing process, contrary to a proposal by the state’s MMJ regulatory agency that all retailers must close by Dec. 15 until they receive new business permits. The bills, by Rep. Yousef Rabhi and Sen. David Knezek, were motivated by a desire to protect MMJ patients and their suppliers, Mlive.com reported. “We can’t go back in time. Here in┬áMichigan, we have something very important: safe access. And while the┬álegislation┬áthat was ... Michigan bills would keep MMJ dispensaries open during licensing is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs