Confusion surrounding the legality of marijuana dispensaries and non-smokable forms of the drug are prompting lawmakers to propose changes related to Michigan’s voter-approved law.
The medical marijuana business is booming right now in Seattle.
One of the fastest growing businesses in Detroit has many residents raising concerns: Medical marijuana dispensaries.
A woman from northern Michigan faces child abuse and other charges after authorities say she gave her 10- and 12-year-old sons marijuana for medical reasons.
The Michigan appeals court says workers can qualify for unemployment pay if they’re fired for using medical marijuana.
Rental car workers at Denver International Airport say pot tourists are regularly leaving them with marijuana that travelers don’t want to try to carry through DIA.
The chief justice of the state Supreme Court says he’s seen enough medical marijuana cases.
Michigan’s medical marijuana law is causing confusion and legal disputes more than five years after voters approved it in 2008.
More than five years after Michigan voters legalized medical marijuana, advocates say gaps in the law cause needless confusion and prosecution.
Six people are facing charges following raids last June on three medical marijuana dispensaries in southern Michigan.