LANSING, Mich. (AP) — The state of Michigan intends to allow large marijuana growers to apply for and be granted multiple licenses in a single location.
The Bureau of Medical Marijuana Regulation, which is implementing medical marijuana regulations under a new state law, says the guidance issued Thursday is advisory and subject to change. The state intends to let potential licensees apply for multiple “stacked” class C grow licenses.READ MORE: This Weekend: I-275 Lane Closures Continue Between 7 Mile Road And I-96/I-696/M-5
The class C license will allow growers to grow up to 1,500 marijuana plants.READ MORE: WATCH: Girl Challenges Pittsburgh Police Officer And Former Pitt Football Player To Race
A five-tiered licensing system is being developed under a 2016 law that further regulates medical marijuana. It will impose a new 3 percent tax on provisioning centers and establish licenses to grow, process, sell, transport or test marijuana.
The state will accept license applications starting Dec. 15.MORE NEWS: Michigan's Expungement Law Takes Effect On Sunday
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