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Exactly How Much Pot is in your ‘Michigan Medibles’?

One of the longest-running arguments against the legalization and widespread consumption of marijuana-laced food products in Michigan is the fact that these foodstuffs aren’t properly regulated. There are hundreds of strains of marijuana being grown right now, and each strain contains differing levels of THC and other intoxicating compounds. That makes it very difficult to […]

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Does Michigan Plan to Expunge Marijuana-related Crimes After All?

If you remember, it was hardly a week ago that we discussed the issue of having people’s weed-related convictions wiped out or expunged, after the legalization of marijuana in certain states. The state of Illinois recently made national headlines by signing their new Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act (which takes effect in 2020) into law, […]

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Changes Proposed to Reduce Michigan’s Marijuana Sentences

A lot has changed in the wake of Michigan’s legalization of recreational marijuana. Before our law changed, recreational marijuana use may have been grounds for losing your kids to CPS. However, now Children’s Protective Services is required to adjust their policies in favor of a more lenient view that aligns with Michigan’s current marijuana laws. […]

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Does CBD Oil Show up in Your Drug Tests? (Pt 2)

Hi there, thanks for joining us again for this talk on legalized marijuana in Michigan, and whether or not using CBD oil can cause you to fail a drug test and end up in trouble with the court. As we explained in the previous article (where we left you with something of a cliff-hanger – […]

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Does CBD Oil Show up in Your Drug Tests? (Pt 1)

Now that recreational weed is legal in Michigan, the sky’s the limit for people who want to get high without fearing that dreaded cop-knock on their door. (Keep in mind that marijuana is still not legal under the federal law.)  Or so it seems. Because while it may be legal to smoke pot and use […]

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How Legalizing Marijuana Could Affect Michigan in The Future!

Legalizing recreational marijuana was a bold move for Michigan voters late last year, making us only one in ten states across the US to take this controversial step. But what does that mean for Michigan’s future? Will legalizing the recreational use of weed for adults have a positive impact on the Great Lakes state in […]

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Michigan’s Next Step Toward Solving The Opioid Crisis!

It has been several years since Michigan’s legislators and law enforcement officials realized that Michigan has a problem. Think “drug abuse”, and most people think heroin, or cocaine, or even meth. What they don’t tend to think about is prescription drug abuse. We’re talking about legal medications designed to help people heal and manage pain. […]

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Does The Legalization of Recreational Pot in Canada Change Anything For Michigan?

  Although Michigan residents are set to solve this issue for themselves here in just a few days, the issue of marijuana becoming legal in Canada has raised some questions here in Michigan. Does the legalization of pot by our northern neighbors affect the Great Lakes State in any way? What about the border? Can […]

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Even Fake Drugs Can Get You Prison Time in Michigan!

  Pretty much everyone knows that selling illegal drugs will, if you’re caught, earn you a one way ticket to prison. Get busted selling cocaine or heroin, or even medical marijuana without a state-issued caregiver card, and you’re toast. But did you know you can also get into trouble for selling fake drugs? That’s right, […]

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Will I Face Criminal Charges If I Take My Overdosing Friend To Hospital?

  Imagine this… You’re at a party with a group of friends. You’re all drinking, hanging out, and laughing about something ridiculous. And then the bong comes out. Everyone smokes a little weed, and you join in. And now someone’s handing out pills. What are they? “Oh, something that’ll make you feel amazing!” So you […]

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