Michigan Recreational License Applications Available November 1, 2019

Mark Clark - October 10, 2019 - Marijuana Law, Michigan Recreational Marijuana


The Michigan Marijuana Regulatory Agency will begin accepting applications for adult-use (recreational) licenses on November 1.  In most cases an applicant will be required to have been previously approved for a medical marijuana license.  The exceptions to prior medical marijuana business license approval are for Class A microbusiness license, which is a small grow license that allows for growing and retail sales at the same location.

If you desire to participate in the recreational adult-use marijuana industry in Michigan, you should act now in order to proceed through the process of obtaining approval for a medical marijuana license in order to qualify for a recreational marijuana grow or business license.

The new Michigan Marijuana regulations will require the applicant to designate a proposed  location within 60 days of of the submission of a recreational license application.

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