Unlicensed Michigan medical cannabis dispensaries allowed to stay open

Michigan regulators are allowing roughly 50 unlicensed medical cannabis dispensaries to stay open previous a March 31 deadline, in compliance with a decide’s choice.

The state’s Bureau of Marijuana Regulation stated in a press release issued Friday afternoon that “until further order of the court,” it wouldn’t implement the deadline towards the momentary working amenities, The Detroit News reported.

Green Genie had sued to permit the dispensaries to stay open previous March 31.

This is simply the newest deadline extension in a state that’s transitioning to stricter MMJ laws.

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