Medical Marijuana Dispensaries in Detroit Can Get Temporary Reprieve

Detroit’s 62 medical marijuana dispensaries can get a reprieve and continue to operate after Feb. 15 despite continuing confusion and uncertainty over the city’s medical cannabis ordinances.

As they work through legal challenges to the two ordinances passed by Detroit voters in November, the city will offer the necessary paperwork for dispensary owners to fill out and hand in with their applications for a state license, according to the Detroit Free Press.

The reprieve, however, is temporary and could expire on June 15 if the city hasn't sorted out the challenge by then.

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