Proposal 1, approved by Michigan voters on November 6, 2018, legalizes the possession and use of marijuana for recreational purposes for residents 21 years or older. Thisproposal legalizes the cultivation, processing, distribution, and sale of industrial hemp. Although this was voted through at the ballot, municipalities are allowed to ban or limit marijuana establishments within their boundaries.
Individuals who are 21 or older are permitted to:
Possess, use or consume, internally possess, purchase, transport, or process 2.5 ounces or less of marijuana, except that not more than 15 grams of marijuana may be in the form of marijuana concentrate.
Within a residence, individuals who are 21 or older are permitted to:
Possess, store, and process not more than 10 ounces of marijuana and any marijuana produced by marijuana plants cultivated on the premises and cultivating not more than 12 marijuana plants for personal use, provided that no more than 12 marijuana plants are possessed, cultivated, or processed on the premises at once.
The Act Does Not Authorize:
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Our Tips on Respectful and Responsible Marijuana Use by Adults
Additional Cautions Regarding Marijuana
Be wary of drug interactions. A total of 334 drugs are known to interact with marijuana. Visit www.drigs.com or click here to learn more about these dangerous combinations.
Author: By Dawn Razdioch
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