Corporate medical marijuana growers took to the steps of the Lansing capitol building Wednesday, calling on Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and officials to enforce the state’s marijuana laws and end the sale of untested caregiver marijuana.
“Enough is enough,” said Jeff Radway, CEO of Green Peak Innovations, over boos and jeers from caregivers and patients protesting nearby.
Michigan’s medical marijuana market is at a crossroads as regulators try to shift control away from caregivers and over to licensed businesses. Officials have been met by repeated legal challenges–and the divide in the industry played out in public Wednesday at noon on the capitol lawn.