Michigan has extended a deadline of September 15 to grant permanent licenses for Medical Marihuana businesses in the state.
“We’ve heard a lot of concerns over the past month and we want to make sure those concerns are heard and considered and we take appropriate action,” Andrew Brisbo, director of the state MMJ regulatory bureau, said to The Detroit News.
After yesterday’s meeting, the board has approved an additional 12 provisioning (dispensaries) licenses, for a total of 19 covering the entire state.
- 19 dispensaries (called medical marihuana provisioning centers, using the state’s preferred spelling)
- 7 growers
- 4 processors
- 4 testing facilities
- 3 transporters