In November of 2018, Michigan voters passed Proposal 1, making the Great Lake State the 10th state in America to legalize recreational cannabis. Recreational sales began in December of 2019. The state's medical marijuana program is also well established, having passed into law in November of 2008 under the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act.
Both recreational and medical marijuana in the state are overseen by the Michigan Marijuana Regulatory Agency. While cannabis is legal across the state, it is not available for purchase in some areas. Individual cities and towns must decide to opt in or out of allowing sales. Some have opted out, and others have yet to declare. To find the dispensary nearest you, use the Where to Buy page below.