The repurposed building could lead to over three hundred new jobs.
Access to cannabis treatment has expanded alongside the state’s burgeoning recreational sales.
Once dispensaries can sell to retail customers later this year, Michigan expects total marijuana sales to top $1 billion.
Here are the next steps for Michigan's medical marijuana program.
Already, the state takes in more revenue in taxes and fees than it needs for operating costs.
The reduction of one fee and elimination of others will make medical cannabis more accessible.
A coalition of activists are trying to remove cannabis from the state's list of controlled substances.
More and more people are replacing their pills with pot.
Michigan's cannabis industry is picking up a few tricks of the trade, depositing cash in community banks, credit unions and with third-party companies.
Unlicensed provisioning centers who are in the process of getting licensed may continue to operate until March 31st.