Michigan (MI) Medical Marijuana Laws
Proposal 1 was approved by voters in 2008 and implemented later that year, allowing possession and cultivation of marijuana by patients who obtain written documentation from their physician. The state operates a confidential patient registry and issues identification cards. Michigan allows visiting qualifying medical marijuana patients with a valid medical marijuana identification to medicate within the state. Visit the website of the Michigan Dept. of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs to learn more.
- Illnesses: cancer; glaucoma; HIV/AIDS; hepatitis C; Lou Gehrig’s disease; Crohn’s disease; epilepsy; multiple sclerosis; Alzheimer’s disease; nail patella; chronic condition or treatment thereof that produces cachexia, severe pain, severe nausea, seizures, severe muscle spasms
- Possession: 2.5 ounces of usable marijuana
- Cultivation: 12 marijuana plants
- Dispensaries: Dispensaries may be operated legally within the state in accordcance with rules enacted on Dec. 20, 2016.
- Statute: Michigan Compiled Laws 333.26421 – 333.26430