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Recreational cannabis in Michigan was legalized in November of 2018, with recreational sales beginning Dec. 1, 2019. Only three dispensaries have been licensed and approved, and only in Ann Arbor. Currently 1,411 cities and townships in Michigan have banned adult-use sales, including Detroit. However, many have stated their intent to roll out adult-use later in 2020, after finalizing regulations and license approvals, but expect widespread availability to be limited at least until mid-2020.
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Medical marijuana dispensaries are open and thriving in Michigan however, resulting in the establishment of a rich cannabis culture. Qualifying patients are able to purchase up to 2.5 ounces of marijuana or its equivalents in other marijuana products.
Michigan voters passed the Michigan Medical Marijuana Initiative in 2008, effectively legalizing the consumption of cannabis by qualified patients. The initiative also legalized the taxation and sale of medical cannabis via medical marijuana dispensaries. There are many medical marijuana dispensaries open for business in Michigan who are readily available to serve patients.
Michigan passed Proposal 1, legalizing adult use, and the establishment of a taxed and regulated system for cannabis sales. Adult-use sales are allowed at approved dispensaries as of Dec. 1, 2019.
Michigan Marijuana Dispensaries