Michigan regulators have unveiled plans to launch adult-use cannabis sales in the state Dec. 1, although recreational business licenses have yet to be issued and supply may be limited as the market finds its footing. The Marijuana Regulatory Agency announced Nov. 13 that the licensed medical cannabis businesses in the state that have applied for adult-use licenses can sell up to half their inventory to the adult-use market starting Dec. 1, according to an MLive.com report. However, products mus...
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Michigan Plans to Launch Adult-Use Cannabis Sales Dec. 1
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