Helpful MMFLA Info
Here’s some helpful information:
The State of Michigan began accepting applications on December 15, 2017 for the different state medical marijuana licenses. The Medical Marihuana Facilities Licensing Act (MMFLA; PA 281 of 2016 and subsequent emergency rules published by LARA) has established the framework for this process.
Under the MMFLA, businesses can grow, transport, test, process, and sell medical marijuana, as long as they are sited in and permitted by an approving municipality, obtain a state license, and follow the legal requirements set forth in the Act. Take a look at the links below if you’re considering applying or want to learn more.
- LARA (Bureau of Medical Marijuana Regulation) News Releases
- LARA (Bureau of Medical Marijuana Regulation) Advisory Bulletins
- LARA’s Emergency Rules
- LARA’s Emergency State’s FAQs
- LARA’s Final Rules Effective 11/27/2018
- State of Michigan Statutory Language of the MMFLA
- State of Michigan Statutory Language of the MMMA
- State of Michigan Statutory Language of the Marihuana Tracking Act (MTA)
- LARA Grower Facility Inspection Guide
- LARA Provisioning Center Inspection Guide
- LARA Processor Facility Inspection Guide
- LARA Safety Compliance Facility Inspection Guide
- LARA Secure Transporter Facility Inspection Guide
- Home Delivery Procedures Checklist
- Home Delivery Log
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