Michigan medical marijuana patients that have been fired from their jobs for testing positive for weed are entitled to unemployment benefits, no question about it, according to the state’s Supreme Court.
Last week, the Michigan Supreme Court rejected an appeal filed by the Unemployment Insurance Agency in a case involving workers being fired from their jobs because medical marijuana caused them to
In an attempt to finally get a leash around the neck of Michigan’s medical marijuana program, lawmakers are now getting serious when it comes to establishing a regulatory system to remedy some of its major problems.
While lawmakers gathered last week to discuss fixing Michigan’s crippled medical marijuana program, the latest proposal does more to appease the Republican gods of the state than provide access and protection for patients in need.
Michigan lawmakers could overhaul the state’s medical marijuana program later this year. Earlier last week, a package of bills was passed through the House Judiciary Committee that would remedy some of the problems that have plagued the program for the past several years.
A woman urged a local Facebook group to help her prevent a hydroponic gardening shop from moving into town in fear that it would "bring drugs" into the community. As hilarious as that is, it's not even the best part.
One of the key advocates responsible for shaping Michigan’s medical marijuana program in 2008 would like to see it overhauled. In a recent interview, Tim Beck said the state’s medical marijuana program is outdated in comparison to others that have been established since its passage and needs to be amended.
Michigan’s medical marijuana program has taken another hit. Earlier last week, a proposal that would have allowed medicinal cannabis to be used to treat patients with autism was rejected by one of the state’s top regulatory officials.
It is not a done deal yet, but Fenton is one step closer to having its first medical marijuana grow facility. The Fenton Planning Commission approved the site plan for the Fenton Greenhouse. If everything goes according to plan the facility will be built on Alloy Drive.
Can the police simply walk into your backyard without a warrant? This is a decision that the Michigan Supreme Court has agreed to determine, and depending on the verdict, drug enforcement tactics could experience a drastic change across the state.