People braved the cold and standing outside for hours in line at Exclusive Ann Arbor to buy recreational use cannabis legally.
Adult-use pot dispensaries reaped a hefty total following the state's first day open for business. Confirmed by a spokesman with the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, recreational marijuana sales totaled $221,000 on Sunday.
On the first day of legal recreational marijuana in Michigan, the line was so long outside one store - Exclusive Ann Arbor - that many were told they would have to come back Monday.
On the first day recreational marijuana became legal, Michigan State Police shared a reminder why it's still not okay to drive under the influence.
With the metaphorical flip of a switch Sunday morning, businesses with a recreational pot license officially opened for business. At 10 a.m., a proposal that was first approved by voters via ballot measure in 2018 finally concluded its long process toward regulated sales in Michigan. Don't expect to see recreational businesses dot the Michigan landscape though.
Greenstone Provisions is one of three dispensaries in Ann Arbor that will be selling recreational use marijuana Sunday morning and the lines will be long.
A cannabis confections company said it has created a cannabis-infused turkey gravy to take Thanksgiving dinner to a “higher level.”
Recreational use of cannabis was approved in Michigan last year, but sales of the substance won't kick off until the beginning of December. Despite its new status, the sale of marijuana won't be available everywhere in Michigan. In fact, it won't be available for most places in Michigan.
A Michigan marijuana dispensary is giving away 200 Popeyes Chicken Sandwiches - plus a few free $100 gift cards as well - Friday night.
With legal recreational marijuana, it represents the beginning of a new normal in Michigan.
Michigan is now accepting applications from businesses wanting to get into the marijuana industry in the wake of voters' legalization of the drug for adult recreational use.
After two separate incidents of kids ingesting treats laced with THC at school, the Pontiac School District is asking parents to avoid sending their children to school with home-baked snacks or prepackaged items. Worried about more potential events where kids over-ingest cannabis-laced treats, they're taking more measures to keep them away from school property.
It's been nearly a year since voters in Michigan approved recreational marijuana but it's still legally unavailable in stores.
You've probably heard of CBD - it's everywhere. The compound, which is extracted from marijuana buds and flowers is used to treat pain and disorders like epilepsy. However, with the hype reaching a fever pitch, it'll help to know where it's best to buy the product if you plan on using it. Dr. Mark Moyad of the University of Michigan explains what to look out for.
With weed legal in Michigan, state and city police officers are increasingly finding THC at the center of impaired driving scenarios and car accidents. To ease the burden of law enforcement, a company announced plans to sell a weed breathalyzer by winter. So what does Michigan law enforcement think of their new potential toy?
Michigan voters have approved a ballot measure that will legalize marijuana in Michigan similar to alcohol, according to both supporters and the opposition of the bill.