Michigan is set to have 3 recreational cannabis stores to open on December 1st.
The state issued recreational cannabis licenses to an additional 2 businesses in Ann Arbor Michigan and customers will be able to shop at them on December 1st.
Michigan expects many more recreational cannabis shops to open within 2020 in Michigan as well.
Bartek Kupczyk, the retail sales director at Greenstone dispensary after hearing they hd received the recreational licensing approval said “Everything has kind of been working towards this goal for a long time. Now with the movement of adult use, for those of us who know cannabis and who love cannabis, it’s a major milestone here in Michigan.”
A second recent dispensary in Ann Arbor to receive the recreational cannabis license, Arbor Wellness, is opening for recreational sales at 8am on Sunday December 1st.
Michigan’s Marijuana Regulatory Office has also issued five non-retail licenses for recreational businesses, including a processor license to Ann Arbor’s Arbor Kitchen, an event organizer license to Real Leaf Solutions in Kalkaska, a testing license to PSI Labs of Ann Arbor, and a grow and processing license to Exclusing Brands of Ann Arbor.
The state of Michigan has been busy with their marijuana licensing and has seen many applications for recreational cannabis that are still pending approval.
The Marijuana Regulatory Agency recently announced it would allow the transfer of up to 50% of a retailers 30-day-old inventory, to be sold on the recreational cannabis side. This will help the retailers with inventory and losses.
In addition, the recreational cannabis market in Michigan will open up many new opportunities for licensed cannabis processors in the state.
This is a huge win for the state of Michigan and will create enormous tax revenue that can be used towards of multitude of worthy ventures.
Recreational Cannabis States in America
California recreational cannabis
Colorado recreational cannabis
Maine recreational cannabis
Michigan recreational cannabis
Oregon recreational cannabis
Vermont recreational cannabis
Washington recreational cannabis
Washington D.C. recreational cannabis
As of today, here are more interesting figures on marijuana states in the U.S
- 11 states have legalized cannabis recreationally, meaning adults can access marijuana products for medicinal and recreational use. (see above)
- 22 US states in addition have created a legal system for patients to access medical marijuana products through dispensaries or other means. (medical marijuana states)
22 Medical Marijuana states U.S (not recreational as well)
Arizona medical marijuana
Arkansas medical marijuana
Connecticut medical marijuana
Delaware medical marijuana
Hawaii medical marijuana
Louisiana medical marijuana
Maryland medical marijuana
Minnesota medical marijuana
Missouri medical marijuana
Montana medical marijuana
New Hampshire medical marijuana
New Jersey medical marijuana
New Mexico medical marijuana
New York medical marijuana
North Dakota medical marijuana
Ohio medical marijuana
Oklahoma medical marijuana
Rhode Island medical marijuana
Utah medical marijuana
West Virginia medical marijuana.
- 14 states have authorized the use of CBD products only, and not cannabis yet.
CBD Only States in America
(Decriminalized cannabis if it contains CBD but little to none THC .03 percent or less).
Georgia cbd laws
Indiana cbd laws
Iowa cbd laws
Kansas cbd laws
Kentucky cbd laws
Mississippi cbd laws
North Carolina cbd laws
Tennessee cbd laws
Virginia cbd laws
South Carolina cbd laws
Wisconsin cbd laws
Wyoming cbd laws
Three states in the US have banned all types of cannabis completed.
US Cannabis Prohibition States
Nebraska cannabis prohibition
South Dakota cannabis prohibition
In addition, here is more information on recreational cannabis states in the US.
All recreational cannabis states currently enforce the following rules:
- 21 is the minimum legal age of purchase for recreational marijuana.
- Marijuana cannot be transported across state lines no matter what, even if going from one legal cannabis state to another, no transporting is allowed.
- Driving while under the influence of cannabis is illegal, just as driving while under the influence of alcohol is.
It is an exciting time to be involved in the cannabis industry in the US!
Cannabis is officially the fastest growing industry in the United States!
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