Court Blocks Drive For More Marijuana In Mount PleasantThe Michigan Court of Appeals has blocked an effort to increase the number of marijuana businesses to 10 from three in Mount Pleasant.
U.S. Customs Agents Seize More Than A Ton Of Pot From Canada In DetroitMore than a ton of marijuana has been seized by federal agents in Detroit.
Amazon Says It Won't Test Workers For MarijuanaAmazon has put its name in the ring as one of the largest companies in support of legal marijuana. 
Legacy Detroiters Have Until Friday To Submit Applications To Gain Edge In Marijuana License ProcessDetroiters have until Friday, March 12 to submit applications to be certified as a "Legacy Detroiter" in advance of the license application window opening on April 1.
The University of Michigan Research Found Vaping Marijuana Associated with More Lung DamageUniversity of Michigan researchers found vaping marijuana is associated with more symptoms of lung damage.
Court Rejects Restriction On Use Of Medical MarijuanaJudges can’t prevent people from using medical marijuana while on probation for a crime, the Michigan Court of Appeals said.
Michigan's Marijuana Industry Leaves People Of Color BehindThe first year of state-licensed recreational marijuana sales in Michigan saw $511 million of sales in recreational and $474 million in medical sales, generating over $100 million in tax revenue, but the state also found that the commercial marijuana industry drastically failed to attract minority business owners.
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.