Increase in cannabis tax to fund police, other issues raise cannabis industry concerns over MRA’s proposed law changes

Rick Thompson, MINORML/Cannabis Caucus

Multiple groups prepared to submit changes to proposal prior to introduction; MRA meeting with citizen advocates in mid-November for next round of talks

We are confident the Director will not release this proposal as a bill before the people are given their opportunity to speak on the sweeping and permanent changes it would bring.”

— Rick Thompson, Michigan NORML/Cannabis Caucus

FLINT MICHIGAN, MICHIGAN, UNITED STATES, November 2, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Multiple groups of stakeholders are weighing in on a proposal to merge Michigan’s medical and recreational cannabis business programs into a single regulatory framework. The proposal, which was released to select individuals and groups by the Marijuana Regulatory Agency, is convoluted and full of new changes to the cannabis program, according to attorneys and citizen advocates.

Concerns about the proposed changes include discarding…

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