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State Received $9.8 Million From Medical Marijuana In 2012 Dispensaries Now Ruled Illegal By Michigan Supreme Court Posted: Tuesday, February 12, 2013

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 Marijuana dispensaries have been declared illegal by the Michigan Supreme Court. The highest court in the state ruled that the 2008 Medical Marihuana Act does not allow patients and caregivers to make a profit from medical marijuana, a ruling first made by the Michigan Court of Appeals in 2011.

 Patients are still allowed to exchange marijuana between each other, so long as neither party gains monetary benefits.

 Last month, the Holly Police Department raided Well Greens, the last medical marijuana dispensary in Oakland County.




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