Michigan voters will decide on November 6 whether or not recreational cannabis will be legal. Currently, observers from both the Republican and Democratic side expect the measure to pass.
In order to get recreational cannabis on the ballot, 252,523 valid signatures were requires. This was surpassed with more than 277,300 valid signatures confirmed in April.
But what will recreational cannabis look like in Michigan if the vote passes?
Michigan’s Marijuana Legalization Initiative, otherwise referred to as Proposal 1, would allow adults aged 21 and older to possess and purchase cannabis.
Mark Clark, an attorney in Northern Michigan who specializes in cannabis at Traverse Legal in Traverse City, believes that the recreational market won’t look very different from when medical marijuana was legal before the state cracked down on dispensaries.
Clark so believes that most of the businesses who currently sell medical marijuana products will switch to recreational cannabis. He also