Michigan To Allow Some Marijuana Transfers, Sales Expected December 1

Daniel Fowler
November 18, 2019

Michigan's Marijuana Regulatory Agency (MRA) has notified dispensaries that they may begin diverting up to 50 percent of their medicinal inventory toward recreational sales starting December 1, earlier than previously thought.

To make sure medical marijuana patients continue to have access to a large supply of the product dispensaries will transfer only 50 percent of the weed sitting on shelves.

MI voters approved legalizing recreational marijuana use by a wide margin 12 months ago.

Below is a list of the almost 1,400 communities across the state that have opted out of recreational pot, as of November 8, 2019, according to the state.

"When a state is regulating an industry like ours, it's probably a good idea to give business owners as much notice as possible", Robin Schneider, executive director of the Michigan Cannabis Industry Association said. Each licensee must request a transfer equivalent before making one by contacting the Marijuana Regulatory Agency.

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MI adults 21 and older will be able to buy marijuana starting December 1, the state Marijuana Regulatory Agency announced on Wednesday.

All the products are transferred sold as recreational marijuana would be taxed according to the adult use of marijuana. We need more notice of less than 30 days prior to this effect.

Michigan's rules that allow for this product transfer require the State to announce a start date, end date, and other requirements for such transfers. "Businesses will make decisions to move products where the demand exists, including the non-flower products that are now in abundance".

The Marijuana Regulatory Agency anticipates there will be a demand in both mature markets and the medical use and work to limit the appeal of the forbidden-market marijuana, said harns.

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