Michigan Opens Door To Recreational Pot Sales In DecemberThe state of Michigan is opening the door to the sale of marijuana for recreational use starting in December, which is earlier than expected.
Study: Marijuana Use Is Rising Among Young Adults, Especially College StudentsMarijuana use among young adults, especially college students, has been steadily increasing, and the numbers are pretty high, according to a new report.
Fees Reduced, Eliminated For Medical Marijuana UsersThe state of Michigan is lowering or eliminating fees assessed on people who register to use marijuana for medical reasons.
Michigan Takes Applications For Marijuana LicensesMichigan is now accepting applications from businesses wanting to get into the marijuana industry in the wake of voters' legalization of the drug for adult recreational use.
New Study Aims To Find If Marijuana Can Help Treat Autism SymptomsTucked away in the quiet English countryside on more than 47 acres, GW Pharmaceuticals is doing something no other drug company can do: produce the only cannabis-based medication ever approved by the US Food and Drug Administration.
Bad Weed Is Hurting Cannabis Research, Scientists Say. The DEA May Finally Fix ThatFor more than 50 years, if a scientist wanted to conduct a clinical trial using cannabis and needed to obtain the drug, the University of Mississippi has been the only game in town.
Blood Trail After Shooting Report Leads MSP To Marijuana Grow Operation In Royal Oak Twp.Police are investigating to find out what led to a possible Royal Oak Township shooting Wednesday night.
Michigan's Pot Agency Issues Rules On Sales, GrowingEmergency rules were released Wednesday by the agency that regulates the selling and growing of marijuana in Michigan to clarify the requirements for businesses that plan to sell pot to adults 21 and older.
Michigan House Targets Unlicensed Pot Shops Still OperatingMichigan lawmakers are intervening in a long-running legal dispute over unlicensed medical marijuana shops, pushing to enact a firm deadline by which the businesses must close or risk their ability to get a license.
Michigan Launches Pilot Program For Farmers To Grow HempMichigan is launching a pilot program to aid farmers and processors interested in growing industrial hemp during the 2019 planting season.
Political Views Do Not Necessarily Predict Legalizing MarijuanaTo anyone who figured the path of legalizing recreational marijuana use ran along blue state-red state lines, a sudden setback for pot advocates in New Jersey may show the issue isn't so black-and-white.
Michigan Seeking Participants For Marijuana Work GroupsState officials are looking for participants to take part in workgroups that will help shape policies and regulation of marijuana.
State Agency To Advise Michigan On Regulating MarijuanaA state agency is creating four groups to come up with suggestions on regulating marijuana in Michigan.
Former Detroit Lion Gets Preliminary Approval for Medical Marijuana DispensaryFormer Detroit Lions star receiver Calvin Johnson has received preliminary approval of his license application for a medical marijuana dispensary in suburban Detroit.
Medical Marijuana User Loses Workplace Case In Appeals CourtA Michigan Court of Appeals ruling could reinforce zero-tolerance workplace rules for marijuana even in cases in which a person has a medical marijuana card.