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Michigan Medical Marijuana Law Leads To Record Revenues, Sharp Drop In Licensed Growers

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LANSING, MI -- Michigan's medical marijuana program generated record revenues last fiscal year despite declining enrollment numbers and a steep drop in registered caregivers.

The Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs approved more than 82,000 new medical marijuana applications and 36,000 renewals for the year ending September 30, according to department reports mandated by the state's 2008 voter-approved law. 



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As of September 30, there were roughly 118,000 patients in the program, down from 124,000 at the same point in 2012. Nearly 70 percent of patients qualified for the program because of "severe and chronic pain."


124000 - 118000 = program down 6000 patients




"Specifically, the information provided is based on data from October 1, 2012 through September 30, 2013"


Initial Applications Denied: 11,612


LARA denied over 11,000 applications in FY 2013.


this goes in line with them rejecting near 1000 patients per month, as you can see in the statistics thread here 


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