My ass... 10-to-1 she wants a re-write of the legislation... why?Gov. Gretchen Whitmer issued an executive order today abolishing the politically appointed Medical Marihuana Licensing Board and creating an agency to oversee the regulation of both medical and recreational marijuana. Governor Whitmer Whitmer’s order, set to take effect April 30, would create the Marijuana Regulatory Agency within the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs with oversight of laws related to medical and recreational marijuana “to more efficiently regulate” the products.The order would abolish the Bureau of Marijuana Regulation, created in the wake of the legalization of recreational marijuana in November, and the Medical Marihuana Licensing Board, created under a 2016 law approved by the GOP-led Legislature.
"This executive order will eliminate inefficiencies that have made it difficult to meet the needs of Michigan’s medical marijuana patients,” Whitmer said in a Friday statement. “All elements of this agency have been designed to serve and better protect Michigan residents, and I’m eager to have a unified effort across state departments to make sure this process runs effectively and efficiently."
A (1) patient caregiver with (5) patients can hold (6 x 2.5) 15 ounces, also known as a Michigan pound.In reading the legislation it is still unclear how much weight can a caregiver hold with a home. I know we can only carry 2.5ounces per patient. but how much flower can a caregiver store?
Somehow grow/hold under (4 x 2.5) 10 ounces or (5 x 2.5) 12.5 if that person/grower is also a patient ...So what would a person with 4 patient do if they want to grow outside
can you show me this in the law. I can not take your word on this. That seems like the old law for caregiver patient relationships. What does the new laws sayA (1) patient caregiver with (5) patients can hold (6 x 2.5) 15 ounces, also known as a Michigan pound.
It's a common scheme in the US. There is a 2014 book titled "The 15 Ounce Pound: Big Pharma's Plan to Patent Pot" ...
I believe the rec law has a 10 ounce max, not unlimited unless you are a facility license holder. You think we (MMMA) were setup by the lawyers, lobbyists, politicians and their clients as a stepping stone to their profitable facility licensing scheme?I know those rules. It amazes me because 1 plant can put you over if your medical but you can have a unlimited amount if you grow it recreational
I was referencing MMMA. I am neither a lawyer or an expert on the new facility laws that seem to change regularly. I'd suggest contacting a hopefully competent lawyer ...can you show me this in the law. I can not take your word on this. That seems like the old law for caregiver patient relationships. What does the new laws say