At least one Michigan medical marijuana dispensary was making plans to
close, following an appeals court ruling Wednesday that pot sales are
not allowed under the state's medical marijuana law, the Grand Rapids
Meanwhile, critics and supporters of medical marijuana disagreed about
whether the ruling means dispensaries are not allowed, the Detroit
Free Press reported today.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette said the ruling made it clear
dispensaries are not legal. But according to the Free Press report,
medical marijuana defense attorneys said the shops could stay open
under certain conditions, such as charging for rolling papers and
giving away a small amount of marijuana.
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