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Veterans and the elderly are among the thousands disadvantaged by the government's disbanding of the panel of doctors adding illnesses to the medical marijuana program.
Lansing, Michigan's capital, joins Jackson and Ferndale with petition drives aimed to decriminalize marijuana possession for adults. Last year 5 cities did it!
Despite prosecutorial objections, Grand Rapids will enact a marijuana decriminalization law on May 1st.
Hardships endured by marijuana activists include a Macomb County organization's denial of attendance to a prominent activist.
Governor Snyder tries to eliminate the annual marijuana report- for the second year in a row.
The Senate's proposed budget has a section that will allow Michigan’s medical marihuana fund to be used to pay for county-level law enforcement agencies to hunt down those that paid into the fund.
John Sinclair chose to stay away but the crowds of people didn't as Monroe Street Fair and Hash Bash conclude another successful year.
Following Hash Bash and the Monroe Street Fair's record crowd, a protest in Lansing will be held on Tuesday, April 9.
The Medical Marihuana Review Panel recommends cannabis for treatment of PTSD and Parkinson's symptoms. Next up: a review of autism and asthma.
The Supreme Court agrees to hear People v Ter Beek but states they may rule on the federal legality of Michigan's medical marijuana law.
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