420 with CNW – Recreational Marijuana Could Be Available in Michigan Sooner Than Expected
Potential marijuana businesses in Michigan are eagerly waiting for recreational licenses to be processed. This will allow them to start cultivating, processing, and selling legal pot to the residents. Depending on the time the businesses are licensed, the current rules, and the duration of the growth cycle, it is estimated that recreational marijuana is likely to be available on the market in March or April. The state’s recreational marijuana law is blind to any other existing marijuana products, so the recreational marijuana market must begin from zero unless the Marijuana Regulatory Agency Director, Andrew Brisbo, allows retailers to open their outlets earlier by permitting medical marijuana products to cross to the recreational market. Last week Brisbo said that the agency should continue monitoring medical cannabis supply to see whether it can be available for recreational purposes as well. Previously, he had said that he would not reduce the supply of medical marijuana for patients to please the recreational market. On November 1, Brisbo said there is an inadequate supply of medical marijuana in the regulated market to meet the demands of the patients. He also noted that consumer demand for MMJ is not at capacity and that the inadequate supply…
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