The Marijuana Regulatory Agency (MRA) will begin accepting applications for marijuana licensing under the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marijuana Act (MRTMA) this Friday,... Michigan accepting adult-use recreational marijuana licenses Friday

The Marijuana Regulatory Agency (MRA) will begin accepting applications for marijuana licensing under the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marijuana Act (MRTMA) this Friday, November 1st.

“Our team has done a tremendous job preparing for this day and we’re excited to start processing applications,”  MRA Executive Director Andrew Brisbo said in a press release. “We have the right people in the right positions to ensure that the adult-use marijuana industry will roll out efficiently for businesses and safely for consumers.”

According to an official press release, applicants can apply for the following licenses. To be eligible for these types, the main applicant does not need to possess a medical marijuana state operating license:

  • Class A Marijuana Grower
  • Marijuana Microbusiness
  • Designated Consumption Establishment
  • Marijuana Safety Compliance Facility
  • Marijuana Event Organizer
  • Temporary Marijuana Event

To be eligible for the following license types, the main applicant must possess a medical marijuana state operating license:

  • Class B Marijuana Grower
  • Class C Marijuana Grower
  • Excess Marijuana Grower
  • Marijuana Processor
  • Marijuana Retailer
  • Marijuana Secure Transporter

[Read more at WKZO]

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