Monthly Archives: December 2017


LARA has approved 11 conditions to be added to the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act.

The following conditions were approved by Edgerton after a majority of the Medical Marihuana Review Panel members recommended approval:

Foster Care Agencies Allegedly Discriminated Against Poor, Medical Marijuana Patients

Two families -- including one mom who alleges Child Protective Services took her suckling baby from her breast -- are suing the state, alleging discrimination because they are medical marijuana users and poor. In the lawsuit, attorney Michael KOMORN alleges the faith-based foster care and adoption agencies used by the State of

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ICLE – Michael Komorn

Michael A. Komorn Komorn Law PLLC Farmington Hills, Michigan Michael A. Komorn focuses on medical marijuana representation. He is the president of the Michigan Medical Marijuana Association (MMMA), a nonprofit patient advocacy group with over 32,000 members, which advocat

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280E repeal possible as part of GOP tax package

The Republican tax reform bill currently being debated in the U.S. Senate may end up including a repeal of 280E for state-licensed marijuana companies if a last-minute bipartisan amendment makes it into the legislation. Read more

Kent County woman who ran marijuana dispensary charged with several felonies

There are 3 related articles from Dec 2016  /  Oct 2017  /  Dec 2017 DEC 2016

Woman who ran marijuana dispensary charged with several felonies, including racketeering

John Hogan, WZZM 11:39 PM. EST December 15, 2016 PLAINFIELD TOWNSHIP, MICH. - A Comstock Park woman police say ran an illegal

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Snyder signs medical marijuana rules

Lansing — Gov. Rick Snyder signed emergency rules Monday allowing medical marijuana dispensaries to stay open after Dec. 15 without affecting their chances of getting a state license in certain circumstances. Under one of dozens of new medical marijuana administrative rules Snyder approved, marijuana pot shops that were approved by t

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Michigan roadside drug testing device and procedures explained

If you are pulled over in one of five Michigan counties and a police officer believes you're impaired by drugs, you could be asked to submit your saliva to be tested. A Michigan State Police official explained the process for the state's new roadside drug testing pilot program that begins Wednesday, Nov. 8, in Berrien, Delta, Kent, St. Clair and

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Why Marijuana Assets May Not Be Administered in Bankruptcy

Marijuana continues to be regulated by Congress as a dangerous drug, and as the Supreme Court has recognized, the federal prohibition of marijuana takes precedence over state laws to the contrary. Read more

Michigan police face questions about using experimental saliva drug test at DUI stops

Michigan Medical Marijuana Association president Michael Komorn said he's concerned about the test's accuracy

  NILES, Mich. — Michigan State Police officers are conducting roadside saliva tests on suspected drug-impaired motorists as part of a program spurring que

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Medical marijuana enforcement hazy as state forms rules

Lansing— The road to the Michigan Capitol is lined with marijuana. It’s almost impossible to drive to the capital dome without seeing scores of shop signs emblazoned with bright green medical crosses and plucky names — BudzRUs, TruReleaf, Best Buds, Kind Provisioning Center — all along Michigan Avenue and the city at large. A co

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