Michigan residents who want to get into the medical marijuana business had their last shot at a training session Wednesday. Michigan Public Radio’s Cheyna Roth reports the last session was held in Lansing.
This week's Current State focuses on the opioid crisis. MSU's pyschiatry chair explains the potency of drug overdoses and East Lansing police dept. shares how it stays prepared for overdoses. We update people on the statewide application process for medical marijuana. Current Sports' Al Martin reviews the MSU football team's great start and a special charity game played Sunday.
First segment of "Current State" for October 28-29, 2017.
A new ordinance to regulate marijuana business in Lansing was all set, when a petition stopped it from happening. A group called Let Lansing Vote submitted enough signatures to the city clerk’s office to suspend the ordinance.
Katie Cook asks City Clerk Chris Swope to break down what the petition signatures mean for the future of Lansing's marijuana ordinance.
A group named Let Lansing Vote organized a petition drive which successfully suspended the city’s new medical marijuana ordinance. They submitted an estimated 6,400 signatures to the City Clerk’s office Friday.