Michigan legalized medical marijuana in November, 2008, becoming the 13th state in America to adopt such a measure into law.

Known as the Michigan Medical Marijuana Initiative, the measure allows the usage of medical cannabis by patients with a qualifying debilitating condition. Additionally primary caregivers who are specified by qualifying patients will be allowed to possess and cultivate medical cannabis as well.

Furthermore, in December of 2010, Michigan voters passed Senate Bill 660, which reclassifies cannabis as a schedule II controlled substance, so long as it is grown, obtained, dispensed or manufactured in compliance with Michigan Public Health Code.

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