Michigan Licenses First Cannabis Delivery Services
Michigan companies in Detroit and Portage have received the state’s first cannabis delivery licenses. Delivery services, however, will only be available to patients who live in municipalities where cannabis sales are generally outlawed.
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Cannabis regulators in Michigan have licensed the state’s first cannabis delivery services in Detroit and Portage, according to an MLive report. The two Detroit licenses were issued to Utopia Gardens and BotaniQ, while Lake Effect received the Portage license; however, the services can only bring products to patients in municipalities where cannabis sales are outlawed.
Jevin Weyenberg, general manager of Lake Effect in Portage, called the new rules “life-saving for some people.”
“We know a lot of the patients we’re going to be delivering to – a lot of them are in wheelchairs. Convenient access to medicine – you can never put a price on that.” – Weyenberg to MLive
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