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WKAR Special Report: Marijuana in Michigan
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The Lansing City Council met Monday evening to discuss the medical marijuana ordinance as a Committee of the Whole.

 

Because the meeting was followed by their regularly scheduled council meeting, the only issue they had time to get to was the option of whether to include a commission.

 

A commission is a group who reviews applications for licenses for medical marijuana establishments. Without a commission, the applications would go through the city clerk’s office.

 

Marijuana Or Marihuana?

Jun 12, 2017
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There’s a slight difference in spelling that you’ll find if you see the word “marijuana” written out casually, and in Michigan politics as “marihuana.” But the variance of an “h” versus a “j” in the center of the word actually has a long history behind it.


Various signs of medical marijuana dispensaries in Lansing.
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The Lansing City Council meets Monday, June 12 to discuss the latest draft of their medical marijuana ordinance.


WKAR Special Report: Marijuana in Michigan
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Here is a map of 40 medical marijuana dispensaries in Lansing, Michigan.

Lansing City Council
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The latest medical marijuana ordinance was introduced at Monday night’s Lansing City Council meeting, but a public hearing date was not set.

 

 


Marijuana plant photo
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A new proposed ordinance on regulating and licensing medical marijuana businesses goes before the Lansing city council tonight.


Michigan OKs form of marijuana, prevailing wage petitions. 

Marijuana plant photo
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Marijuana legalization ballot drive launched in Michigan. 

Current Sports | 12/13/16 | #841

Dec 13, 2016

Marijuana for Pain Treatment in the NBA, Michigan Men's Basketball, Steve Finamore, East Lansing High School, Heisman Trophy and Lamar Jackson.


Jeff Hank photo
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Many Michigan supporters of medical marijuana are hailing new regulations passed by the state Senate. They would allow both retail dispensaries that sell pot and so-called medibles. We talk with MI Legalize attorney Jeff Hank and Willie Rochon of the Michigan Cannabis Development Association.


Carol Wood and Kathie Dunbar photo
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Elected officials in the city of Lansing are grappling with security at the HUD subsidized South Washington Park Apartments and with creation of a city marijuana ordinance. The city council’s Public Safety committee is involved in both issues. We talk with two of the committee’s members, Carol Wood and Kathie Dunbar.


Chris Riesbeck photo
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Medical marijuana has been legal in Michigan since 2009, and there’s currently an effort to legalize it for recreational use, but local governments across the state have struggled to create consistent laws to regulate cannabis. We talk with an advocate who envisions a national organization to set those standards.


Rev. Jeremy Hall photo
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On Sunday, a new church held its first public meeting in Lansing. The First Cannabis Church of Logic and Reason is an agnostic group of followers bound together by their common enjoyment of marijuana. Current State’s Kevin Lavery takes us inside.


Jeff Hank photo
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The state of Michigan has dealt a setback to a group trying to put recreational marijuana on the November ballot. The Bureau of Elections has ruled that some of the more than 354,000 signatures the group has collected don't count. Campaign organizers are considering a lawsuit against the state.  We hear from MI Legalize chairman and Lansing attorney Jeff Hank.


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