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I copied this from the 2018 Proposal Language for the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act. 

http://www.milegalize.com/2018_proposal_language

(b) within the person’s residence, possessing, storing, and processing not more than 10 ounces of marihuana and any marihuana produced by marihuana plants cultivated on the premises and cultivating not more than 12 marihuana plants for personal use, provided that no more than 12 marihuana plants are possessed, cultivated, or processed on the premises at once;

I don't recall the MMMA including an in-home possession limit above the standard 2.5 ounces ... this would raise that to 10 ounces ...

Am I understanding that correctly?

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2 hours ago, Garrett said:

I believe that it's 12 plants per patient if you are a caregiver ... or 12 plants total if you are a patient ...

That is the current Michigan law for medical marijuana.

I'm asking about the MI-Legalize voter initiative ("Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act") for recreational marijuana.

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This still needs an answer from somewhere ... it strays into the arena of "reasonable amount to maintain supply" type of question for both CG's and patients

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12 plants per address if legalization passes.

12 plants per patient as per medical section 4, a reasonable amount per section 8 if you want to try to prove that in court. 

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Thank you! That is very important information. 12 plants per address rather than 12 plants per resident for recreational legalization. I have to say that seems fair, and I would support such a proposal. 

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6 hours ago, Scarlet_Begonias said:

What are the current weight limits for flowers, liquids, oil, edibles, etc?

 

Still 2.5 ounce limit on regular usable per patient, with these equivalencies;

(c) For purposes of determining usable marihuana equivalency, the following shall be considered equivalent to 1 ounce of usable marihuana:

(1) 16 ounces of marihuana-infused product if in a solid form.

(2) 7 grams of marihuana-infused product if in a gaseous form.

(3) 36 fluid ounces of marihuana-infused product if in a liquid form.

So you can have any combination adding up to 2.5 (or less).

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On 8/18/2017 at 7:09 AM, Restorium2 said:

Still 2.5 ounce limit on regular usable per patient, with these equivalencies;

(c) For purposes of determining usable marihuana equivalency, the following shall be considered equivalent to 1 ounce of usable marihuana:

(1) 16 ounces of marihuana-infused product if in a solid form.

(2) 7 grams of marihuana-infused product if in a gaseous form.

(3) 36 fluid ounces of marihuana-infused product if in a liquid form.

So you can have any combination adding up to 2.5 (or less).

Does RSO count as a liquid?

 

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3 hours ago, bobandtorey said:

Adjust it to fit your situation and the Courts 

it all will be tested by a Judge in a lot of Courts room around the State Imho

arrests are down 80% in washington and colorado since legalization, bob.

 

LEGALIZATION CHANGES EVERYTHING.

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I sure hope your Right T i will just give it some time to kick inn there are some other fact's i think of also like Driving a motor vehicle and getting pulled over 

Are they down? 

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