Detroit City Council Wants to Challenge Voter-Approved Medical Marijuana Measures in Court

In March of 2016, a new ordinance took effect in Detroit, making it much harder for medical cannabis dispensaries to operate within the city. Since then, the number of dispensaries operating in Detroit has gone from 283 to less than 100. On November 7th of this year, voters in the city approved two measures that will relax some of the restrictions that the ordinance put in place, and it seems the Detroit City Council is not happy about that. By a vote of 7 to 1, the council passed a resolution calling on the city’s administration to challenge the...

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