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Cannabis Regulatory Agency Task Force 1620
In order to further support Michigan’s armed services veterans, the Cannabis Regulatory Agency (CRA) announced Task Force 1620 (TF1620). Licensees who have implemented a veteran access program that offers cannabis to veterans at a 75-100% discounted rate are eligible to participate in the TF1620 program.
Retailers in Task Force 1620 will have complete flexibility regarding the details of their veteran access program and may set their own parameters on all aspects, including:
- The max amount donated/given per veteran
- What percentage of disability qualifies a veteran for their program
- What amount per week/month will be donated
- The number of veterans in their program
Licensees who are approved to participate in Task Force 1620 will have their business information and veteran access program published on the CRA webpage. They will also receive a seal to display at their facility.
The Task Force 1620 program is available to businesses licensed under the Medical Marijuana Facility Licensing Act (MMFLA) and the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marijuana Act (MRTMA). To participate in Task Force 1620, a licensee’s business does not need to be majority-owned by a veteran.
- Task Force 1620 Instructions
- Task Force 1620 Form
- Frequently Asked Questions
- List of Task Force 1620 Retailers
Please submit any questions regarding TF1620 to CRA-SocialEquity@michigan.gov.