DETROIT – The first Michigan recreational marijuana, or adult-use, sale was made on Dec. 1, 2019 — and it’ll soon be more available around the state.
In 2018, Michigan voted to legalize recreational marijuana by an 11-point margin. 50 of Michigan’s 83 counties voted in favor of the proposal. It has been legal in the state since Dec. 2018.
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Michigan regulators starting accepting license applications in late 2019 and are slowly working to activate them, in accordance with marijuana laws in the state.
As of Feb. 18, 2020, there are 47 active adult-use licenses in the state. Here’s where: (Note: Just because the license is active, doesn’t mean they’re open and selling yet. Be sure to call ahead)