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Are you looking to get licensed in the marijuana industry in Michigan? You really should get prequalified then look for a location that allows it.

Komorn Law is one the most sought after licensing and legal firms to hire in the state of Michigan to get you through the process and ready for licensing and business.

Many communities in Michigan have opted in to the adult recreational use Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act (MRTMA). There are also many that have opted out. Here we list the communities that have opted in and opted out. We have also listed the MRTMA law broken down by sections.

The Marijuana Regulatory Agency (MRA) regulates the state’s adult-use marijuana establishments and licensees in accordance with the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act (MRTMA) and its associated administrative rules.

This document was compiled by Marijuana Regulatory Agency (MRA) staff for informational purposes only. This is a working document that may be revised. Make sure you look at the current update (date) at the top of the document linked.

Read the opt-IN list here

Read the opt-OUT list here

MICHIGAN REGULATION AND TAXATION OF MARIHUANA ACT.

The Marijuana Regulatory Agency (MRA) regulates the state’s adult-use marijuana establishments and licensees in accordance with the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act (MRTMA) and its associated administrative rules.

View the law and rules below which have been broken down by sections.

  • Sections 1-2The Beginning – Sections 1 and 2 simply establish the reason for the law.
  • Section 3 Definitions
  • Section 4Scope of act
  • Section 5 – Lawful activities by person 21 years of age or older
  • Section 6Adoption or enforcement of ordinances by municipality; marihuana establishment local license; annual fee; restrictions on transportation or other facilities prohibited.
  • Section 7-8-9 – (7) Implementation, administration, and enforcement by department; powers; duties; public meetings; annual report. (8) Rules; limitations. (9) License to operate a marihuana establishment; application; qualifications; issuance; disclosure.
  • Section 10Lawful activities by marihuana grower, processor, transporter, or retailer; limitations; contracts related to operation of marihuana establishments.
  • Section 11Marihuana establishments; requirements; limitations.
  • Section 12-13 – (12) Deduction of certain expenses from income. (13)  Imposition of excise tax.
  • Section 14Marihuana regulation fund; creation; administration; allocation of expenditures.
  • Section 15Violations; penalties.
  • Section 16Failure to act by department; application to municipality.
  • Section 17Construction of act; effect of federal law; severability.

Read the Entire Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act and check on updates.

This advisory bulletin does not constitute legal advice and is subject to change. Licensees are encouraged to seek
legal counsel to ensure their operations comply with all applicable laws and rules.
Check the MRA website for any changes or updated information

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