Michigan's Medical Marihuana Licensing Board is taking its own sweet time with applications--and rejecting a lot of them.
A shocking order and a retroactive deadline are expected to kill nearly a hundred dispensaries and throw hundreds of employees out of work.
Amid legal confusion and assertions of racial prejudice, a judge dismissed charges against cannabis employees whose cultivation facility was raided in May.
The new law says you have the right to grow. But there are limits, and you need to know them.
A judge stopped the immediate closure of 98 dispensaries around the state, and set a new Dec. 15 application deadline.
COVID lockdowns inspired a legion of new home growers. When their harvest came in, some stopped buying in retail stores.
Canadian medical marijuana patients reported a 50% reduction in pain severity and length after smoking cannabis or cannabis concentrate.
'This is a once-in-a-generation opportunity,' and these entrepreneurs and activists are shaping it.
Tuesday's vote may be a precursor to dozens of similar ballots across Michigan. Want legal cannabis? Turns out you have to vote for it twice.
The state tilts the playing field away from small business owners, and big out-of-state companies are slow to hire local talent.
Ann Arbor's annual cannabis festival officially opens on Saturday, but there's a lot happening around the city all weekend. We'll point you to the good stuff.
Following emerging cannabis markets across the country, this entrepreneur helped establish a foundation for the new industry.
A Michigan entrepreneur has opened the state’s first cannabis lounge in Genessee County, just north of Flint.
Holly vapes the nausea away. Ron dropped a 10-year Vicodin script. Elizabeth kicked opioids. But it's still not easy for the 55+ set to get medical cannabis.