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Marjorie Steele
Marjorie Steele is an independent journalist, poet, and adjunct faculty member at Kendall College of Art and Design of Ferris State University, in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
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What’s Holding Up Michigan’s Medical Marijuana Licenses?

Michigan's Medical Marihuana Licensing Board is taking its own sweet time with applications--and rejecting a lot of them.

Michigan Meltdown: State Orders 98 Dispensaries to Liquidate in Two Days

A shocking order and a retroactive deadline are expected to kill nearly a hundred dispensaries and throw hundreds of employees out of work.

Judge Dismisses Felony Charges in Detroit Cultivation Case

Amid legal confusion and assertions of racial prejudice, a judge dismissed charges against cannabis employees whose cultivation facility was raided in May.

How to Grow Cannabis (Legally) at Home in Michigan

The new law says you have the right to grow. But there are limits, and you need to know them.

Michigan Judge Halts Closure of 98 Dispensaries

A judge stopped the immediate closure of 98 dispensaries around the state, and set a new Dec. 15 application deadline.

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Five Must-Hit Events at Michigan’s Hash Bash This Weekend

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.

How to Grow Cannabis (Legally) at Home in Michigan

The new law says you have the right to grow. But there are limits, and you need to know them.

Michigan Just Legalized Cannabis. Here’s What Happens Next

You've got the FAQs, we've got answers: How much is legal, where can you consume, when will stores open?

Judge Halts Closure of Michigan Dispensaries on Eve of Rec Vote

The state's effort to shut down MMJ outlets failed again in court. Voters will have their say on Tuesday.

Michigan Judge Halts Closure of 98 Dispensaries

A judge stopped the immediate closure of 98 dispensaries around the state, and set a new Dec. 15 application deadline.

Michigan Meltdown: State Orders 98 Dispensaries to Liquidate in Two Days

A shocking order and a retroactive deadline are expected to kill nearly a hundred dispensaries and throw hundreds of employees out of work.

Judge Dismisses Felony Charges in Detroit Cultivation Case

Amid legal confusion and assertions of racial prejudice, a judge dismissed charges against cannabis employees whose cultivation facility was raided in May.

What’s Holding Up Michigan’s Medical Marijuana Licenses?

Michigan's Medical Marihuana Licensing Board is taking its own sweet time with applications--and rejecting a lot of them.