Michigan Man Serving 25 Years For Marijuana Conviction Is FreedA Michigan man who spent more than two decades in prison on a marijuana conviction is now a free man after Gov. Whitmer commuted his sentence.
Michigan Matters: Film Incentives, Recreational Marijuana, Movie TheatresOn this week's Michigan Matters, bringing back film incentives, an update on recreational marijuana sales and movie theatres during this pandemic, with three guests at the forefront of these topics
Here Are Key Dates To Know For Detroiters Wanting To Start A Marijuana BusinessIn November, the the Detroit City Council passed the Medical Marijuana Facilities and Adult-Use Marijuana Establishments ordinance. Here are the key dates for Detroiters wanting to start a marijuana business.
Detroit City Council Approves Law For Adult Use Marijuana ShopsThe new ordinance is expected to go into effect in January.
Mayor Duggan, Councilman Tate Announce Recreational Marijuana Ordinance
$20M Cannabis Facility To Open In Lake OrionA $20 million technical marijuana facility is being built in Lake Orion.
U.S. Customs Bags Truck With More Than Half-Ton Of Marijuana In Port HuronOfficers found more than 1,114 pounds (505 kilograms) of marijuana in vacuum-sealed packages concealed in cardboard boxes.
New Michigan Marijuana Regulations Announced Amid Pandemic There are new regulations for marijuana licensees to follow in accordance with Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's executive orders according to the Marijuana Regulatory Agency. Here's what you need to know.
Michigan Marijuana Sales Booming Despite Coronavirus OutbreakIt's been nearly four months since recreational marijuana became legal in Michigan and pot shops say business is booming despite the pandemic.
Detroit Considers Marijuana OrdinanceDetroit is looking to regulate marijuana businesses in the city. 
Here’s Why Detroit City Council Extended The City’s Temporary Ban On Pot SalesThis week the Detroit City Council voted unanimously to extend the recreational marijuana opt-out till late March.