Caregivers At Odds With Corporate Cannabis Over Access To Michigan Cannabis Market
There’s a legislative and philosophical feud boiling in the world of Michigan marijuana.
Caregivers, who are each authorized to grow up to 72 plants at a time for themselves and up to five registered medical marijuana patients, are facing off with some of the most powerful commercial producers who believe registered home growers can pose a risk to public safety and supply the black market.
Steve Linder, a longtime Republican lobbyist and director of the Michigan Cannabis Manufacturers Association, is vague about exactly what his organization’s legislative goals are, but alluded to altering the role of caregivers to align with the safety requirements and regulations faced by licensed marijuana producers.
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