The New Regulatory System, Expected To Be In Place By The End Of The Year, Is Hoped To Bring Order To Medical Marijuana Distribution.

City police say they will issue citations for any location not registered in Sterling Heights. Photo provided by Sterling Heights Police Department As the number of medical marijuana caregivers and patients in Macomb County and across Michigan continues to increase, more changes are in the works for the 2008 voter-approved law that legalized medical marijuana in Michigan. New laws passed last fall regulate the growing and distribution of medical marijuana in Michigan and allows for provisioning centers. Its the latest change in state statues aiming to clarify the 2008 ballot proposal. The new regulatory system, expected to be in place by the end of the http://michiganmedicalmarijuana.biz/ year, is hoped to bring order to medical marijuana distribution. The lack of, or vagueness, of regulations has been criticized for leading to criminal prosecutions of people who thought they were complying with the intent of the ballot proposal. Many of those prosecutions remain unresolved. Passed last year, the new laws seek to create a tightly controlled system for making and distributing medical marijuana, cited by advocates as easing complications from numerous medical conditions. Until now, growing medical marijuana has been limited to licensed patients or caregivers, with limits on the number of plants and for caregivers limits on the number of registered patients.

To read more visit http://www.macombdaily.com/special-news-reports/20170206/medical-marijuana-on-the-rise-in-macomb-county

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