Detroit Considers Rules Capping Medical Cannabis Operators
Detroit city officials are considering an ordinance that would create new location restrictions for medical cannabis operators and cap the number of medical cannabis companies allowed in the city at 75, according to a Detroit News report. It is the latest effort by Detroit officials to reign in the city’s medical cannabis industry.
The changes, submitted by City Councilman James Tate to the City Planning Commission, would establish permanent zoning rules for medical cannabis operators in the city, including cultivators, processors, retailers, and laboratories. After the commission’s review and recommendation, the ordinance will be considered by the city council.
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