- The first day of recreational marijuana sales in Michigan, originally slated to commence Dec. 1, could be delayed a day or two, Marijuana Regulatory Agency Director Andrew Brisbo revealed during an industry summit in Metro Detroit Thursday, Nov. 21.
- ” That’s a Sunday, by the way,” added Detroit newsman Charlie Langston, who acted as the master of ceremonies during the segment at the $300-per-ticket, second annual Michigan Cannabis Industry Summit in Birmingham.
- On Nov. 13, the state surprised many when it announced newly licensed recreational marijuana businesses, which are required to already be licensed under the state’s medical marijuana program, would be allowed to transfer inventory to the retail side for sale on Dec. 1.
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