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DETROIT (AP) (3/16/2018) - Michigan officials have shuttered 40 medical marijuana businesses across the state.

The Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs started the process Thursday of closing down facilities that are operating illegally and haven't submitted applications for a license.

Hundreds more businesses are expected to receive cease and desist letters in the coming days. Department Spokesman David Harns says authorities didn't confiscate products when delivering the letters.

The letter says those who refuse to shut down risk being unable to receive a license in the future and could face penalties or sanctions.

Michigan voters passed a medical marijuana law in 2008, which allowed caregivers to grow a small amount of the plant for patients with medical marijuana cards. The Legislature passed bills in 2016 to regulate and tax medical marijuana.

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14 hours ago, compiler said:

Is there a list somewhere?

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DETROIT (AP) (3/16/2018) - Michigan officials have shuttered 40 medical marijuana businesses across the state.

The Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs started the process Thursday of closing down facilities that are operating illegally and haven't submitted applications for a license.

Hundreds more businesses are expected to receive cease and desist letters in the coming days. Department Spokesman David Harns says authorities didn't confiscate products when delivering the letters.

The letter says those who refuse to shut down risk being unable to receive a license in the future and could face penalties or sanctions.

Michigan voters passed a medical marijuana law in 2008, which allowed caregivers to grow a small amount of the plant for patients with medical marijuana cards. The Legislature passed bills in 2016 to regulate and tax medical marijuana.

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You could ask the local entity that sold the applications. They would have the list. 

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Bangor Township grants 33 medical marijuana applications

Updated Oct 25, 2017; Posted Oct 25, 2017
Bangor Township is welcoming the medical marijuana industry to town.
Bangor Township is welcoming the medical marijuana industry to town.(File | MLive.com)
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BANGOR TWP, MI -- Officials in Bangor Township approved 33 applications for medical marijuana facilities this week, the next step in welcoming millions of dollars in investments to the Bay County municipality.

The Bangor Township Board of Trustees at its meeting Tuesday, Oct. 24, approved 16 grower permits, 10 provisioning center (or dispensary) permits, five processing permits, and one secure transporter permit, said Supervisor Glenn Rowley.

"We've got a good variety in there," he said.

No applicants were rejected.

 

Bay County township approves medical marijuana locations, application

 

The 33 applications came from nine businesses: Pioneer Medical Cultivator, Green Acres Wellness Center, Oasis Wellness Center, Uncle Bud's Provisioning Center, Pure Releaf, Therapeutic Health Choices, and three other limited liability corporations.

"While we were in that meeting, which filled our entire boardroom, we had even more applications that were dropped off," Rowley said.

The board has 11 new applications to review and decide on at its Nov. 15 meeting.

 

RELATED: Lobbyists try to shape Michigan's medical marijuana rules before they're made

 

Rowley hesitated to say exactly how much he expects the industry will bring to the community, but was sure it would be in the millions.

"One facility is anticipating creating 250 jobs," he said. "Another is anticipating 200, and that's just two of them so far."

He added the seed planted by the medical marijuana facilities should sprawl to create other jobs nearby. For example, restaurants will be needed to feed the facilities' employees. 

"We don't have a deadline on this," an enthusiastic Rowley said. "This is just the start. There is a lot of opportunity and great stuff happening."

 

RELATED: Concerns over marijuana licensing board chair's past cloud future

 

Bangor Township began accepting applications on Sept. 1, receiving 11 in the first 13 minutes of business. Each applicant must pay a $5,000 nonrefundable fee.

Dispensaries are currently illegal in Michigan, but state lawmakers in 2016 passed legislation to legalize and regulate them. The state's new Medical Marihuana Licensing Board begins accepting applications for medical marijuana facilities on Dec. 15.

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6 hours ago, compiler said:

Thanks for the info

No problem. I know the Roots on Wilder put in an application. Two actually. The second one will be attached to their 1500 plant grow later this year.

Just heard of 3 more to the north:

The old Judies Pies, Linwood,

Charbonneaus Hall/Restaurant, and Hepner Bowling Ally in Pinny.

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