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Candy and Tincture

Bulletin : Increase the THC limits on edibles and resolve and restore tincture issues.

The Cannabis Regulatory Agency (CRA) released a new bulletin revising the maximum per container THC limit on adult-use marijuana edible products and providing new guidance relating to marijuana tinctures. Tinctures recently became an enforcement issue when the CRA determined that the definition of a “tincture” only included alcohol-based products, despite the industry standard of producing…
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Standard Operating Procedures Required Under New Rules

The newly adopted Cannabis Regulatory Agency (CRA) Administrative Rule 420.206a requires all licensees to have “up-to-date written standard operating procedures on site at all times.” Licensees have six months from March 9, 2022 (or September 9, 2022) to comply with this additional requirement.The new Rule provides the standard operating procedures (SOPs) must detail the marijuana…
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The Unintended Consequence of Trying to Give Black Marijuana Entrepreneurs a Head Start

by Paul Demko, Politico  The city’s effort to create a cannabis industry that mirrors — and benefits — its majority Black population has led to lawsuits and a collapsing marketplace. Meanwhile, the rest of the state thrives.

Marijuana Legislation

Johanna Stevens Associate Pollicella, PLLC The following is a summary of marijuana-related bills signed by Governor Whitmer on July 13th, 2021. Most notable change: As of October 11, 2021. Most notable change: As of October 11, 2021, businesses in Michigan can no longer sell Delta-8 without a license from the MRA. House Bill 4516 Prohibits…
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