Select retailers will begin engaging in adult-use marijuana sales next month, according to an advisory issued by the Michigan Marijuana Regulatory Agency.
Beginning on December 1, state-licensed medical dispensaries that possess the appropriate licensing will also be able to begin selling products to adult-only consumers.
However, only a handful of facilities are expected to be ready to engage in adult-use sales next month, the agency’s director cautioned. Currently, 41 medical marijuana businesses have been pre-qualified to receive a retail sales.
Michigan voters approved a statewide initiative last year calling upon state officials to regulate the plant’s production, use, and sale.


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