Medical Marihuana Facility Licensing
In September 2016, the Michigan Legislature passed and the governor signed into law three bills that created a licensing and regulatory framework for medical marihuana. This regulatory framework was implemented – and applications were made available – on December 15, 2017. The Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) is now accepting applications at this time.
LARA Live: CBD and Hemp Advisory Bulletin
Our inaugural episode of “LARA Live” featured Bureau of Medical Marihuana Regulation (BMMR) Director Andrew Brisbo. You can watch part one and part two of our conversation regarding the recent CBD and hemp advisory bulletin.
Michigan communities that have opted in to the MMFLA
This is an unofficial document compiled by Bureau of Medical Marihuana Regulation staff for informational purposes only. This is a working document that may be revised. This document will be updated weekly.
Cease and Desist Letters
These locations have been served cease and desist letters for not being in compliance with the Medical Marihuana Facilities Licensing Act and the Administrative Emergency Rules. According to BMMR records, the businesses at these addresses did not file an application for a state operating license by February 15, 2018, and/or did not provide evidence of municipal authorization, as required. Businesses that have closed are in compliance with the demand to cease and desist.