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How to Get a MI Medical Marijuana Card
These are the steps to get a medical marijuana card in Michigan with the help of Leafy DOC:
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CANNABIS IN MICHIGAN – EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW
Michigan Marijuana Laws
- Marijuana is a Schedule I substance in the state of Michigan
- Federally, cannabis is still considered a Schedule I Controlled Substance.
- An adult may possess up to 2.5 ounces of marijuana; up to fifteen grams of marijuana may be marijuana concentrate. An adult may possess up to ten ounces of marijuana and any marijuana produced by marijuana cultivated on the premise within a residence.
- Distribution of fewer than five ounces without remuneration is a civil infraction with no incarceration possible and a maximum 500 USD fine.
- An adult may grow up to twelve marijuana plants at the adult’s residence for personal use.
- An adult may buy and use marijuana paraphernalia and may sell marijuana paraphernalia to another adult.
- Any conviction will result in a driver’s license suspension for six months.
Cannabis Policy Reform Timeline
- 1970: Ann Arbor became the first Michigan city to decriminalize minor possessions of marijuana
- 2008: Lawmakers signed a medical cannabis program into law via The Michigan Compassionate Care Initiative
- 2018: Voters approved the Michigan medical marihuana act, a ballot initiative to legalize recreational use and cultivation for adults
- 2019: The first recreational dispensary opened in Michigan
Possession Limits in MI
- Adult residents may possess one ounce of cannabis at a time.
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Visit These Michigan Hotspots After Getting Your Medical Card
Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore
Pictured Rocks are the first official National Lakeshore in the U.S. and are located along the Upper Peninsula’s stunning Lake Superior shoreline. It is home to spectacular rock formations, waterfalls, and caves and is named after the area’s colorful rock formations.
Hidden among its landscapes are cascading waterfalls such as Munising Falls and Sable Falls, while hiking trails trek through all the fantastic nature. Scuba diving, kayaking, and boating are popular ways to view kaleidoscopic cliffs, and many people visit for snowboarding and skiing in the winter.
Detroit is a diverse cultural center that has significantly contributed to art, architecture, and music. New developments, businesses, and attractions have recently breathed life into its lively streets. With its beautiful Art Deco architecture, wonderful waterfront, and large and vibrant theater district, Detroit is an excellent place to visit.
Separating Lake Michigan from Lake Huron, the gorgeous island Mackinac has long been a popular tourist destination. The island is noted for its myriad of extravagant Victorian-era buildings like the Grand Hotel.
Around the ferry port, visitors can find historic shops, restaurants, and famous fudge. In addition, it has plenty of nature to explore, with hiking, biking, and horse-drawn buggy rides among those popular activities.
Although it is car-free, Mackinac Island is car-free but can get very crowded at weekends and during the summer months. To get a natural feel for the island, it is worthwhile staying in one of its historical inns or cozy BnBs.