Michigan regulators polling prospective recreational marijuana licensees

Michigan cannabis officials are surveying potential adult-use marijuana business license applicants to ensure the department is adequately staffed to handle the application process for permits.

According to MLive.com, the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) is seeking answers to a variety of questions, including:

“Would you apply for an adult-use (recreational) establishment license if the capitalization requirements for a license were reduced significantly or removed entirely?”

LARA officials have set an April 30 deadline for the survey to be completed.

For more details about Michigan’s survey of prospective recreational cannabis licensees, click here.

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2 comments on “Michigan regulators polling prospective recreational marijuana licensees
  1. Jeff Buonodono on

    I have been a caregiver since mmmp started. It is nice to think Michigan is considering opening up market for us instead of only market for wealthy people.

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  2. Tom lyons on

    We need to allow retail establishment to sell recreational pot. Control the sales with legal age requirements like alcohol and tobacco. I own a business with a retail establishment license and it just makes sense.

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