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Michigan House Passes Bill to Close Loophole in Cannabis Legislation


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The Michigan House has passed legislation that would close a loophole allowing the sale of unregulated THC products.

Currently, some products use THC from marijuana, but are not regulated the same way.

The new legislation would define all THC products as marijuana, making them subject to the same testing and regulations.

Michigan legalized medical marijuana back in 2008, and recreational marijuana 10 years later in 2018.

The new bill now heads to the state Senate.

A new bill, HB 4517, would expand Michigan’s definition of marijuana to include THC, regardless of whether it is artificially or naturally derived.

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