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CRA Takes Disciplinary Action Against Licensees in Ann Arbor, Battle Creek, Bay City, Chesaning, Detroit, Flint, Frederic, Lansing, Lapeer, and Mt. Morris
November 16, 2022
Administrative formal complaints and disciplinary actions taken against adult-use/medical licensees in October are now available for review in the Cannabis Regulatory Agency’s October 2022 Disciplinary Action Report.
This month’s disciplinary actions:
- Ann Arbor – Pure Roots, LLC for AFS non-compliance (link)
- Battle Creek – Battle Springs, LLC dba 3 Fifteen for AFS non-compliance (link)
- Bay City – District Bay LLC for AFS non-compliance (link)
- Chesaning – VB Chesaning, LLC dba High Life Farms for packaging & advertising, general operational issues, and noncompliant waste disposal (link, link, link)
- Detroit/Flint – Green Skies – Far West, LLC, Green Skies – Healing Tree, LLC, Green Skies – Hoover, LLC for AFS non-compliance (link, link, link)
- Detroit – The House of Mary Jane, LLC for Metrc non-compliance, surveillance/security, non-compliant waste disposal (link)
- Frederic – Humblebee Products, LLC forMetrc non-compliance (link)
- Lansing – ACT Laboratories, Inc. for AFS non-compliance (link)
- Lapeer – Ox Tail, Inc. for AFS non-compliance (link)
- Lapeer – TRC Lapeer, LLC dba The Releaf Center of Lapeer for AFS non-compliance (link)
- Mt. Morris – Sky Labs, LLC for AFS non-compliance (link)
Click here for more information regarding Disciplinary Action Reports.
The disciplinary actions taken against CRA licensees may be viewed in the public-facing database for CRA licensees. To view disciplinary documents:
- Click the “Find a Cannabis Business in our Database” button on the front page of the CRA website.
- On the landing page, determine the type of license – adult-use or medical – and click the appropriate link.
- Search for the business and then click the licensee’s link to see their landing page in the CRA database; all publicly available disciplinary documents will be linked at the bottom of the record.
Members of the public may submit their complaints online via the updated complaint submission process. The Citizens’ Guide to Filing a Complaint is available on the CRA website and walks the complainant through the simple and easy process to file an online complaint with the CRA.