Cannabis Laws in Michigan Cannabis Laws

Michigan has legalized both medical marijuana and recreational cannabis. Prior to legalization, many cities in Michigan had decriminalized marijuana. Learn more about the medical marijuana laws in Michigan below.

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Medical Cannabis and Marijuana Laws in Michigan

Telehealth Consultations for Cannabis in Michigan

Telehealth is legal for medical cannabis consultations in Michigan. You can see a compassionate and friendly medical marijuana physician online with Leafwell today.

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Recreational Cannabis Laws in Michigan

Benefits of having a Medical Marijuana Card in a Recreational State Like Michigan

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Qualifying Conditions for Medical Cannabis Patients in Michigan

Cannabis Possession Limits in Michigan

Med & rec – 2.5 oz. cannabis outside the home, or 10 oz. cannabis inside the home. 15 grams concentrate.

Cannabis Cultivation Laws in Michigan

For medical card holders and rec users = Up to 12 plants per person.

Local Cannabis Laws in Michigan

The college town of Ann Arbor has enacted some of the most lenient laws on cannabis possession in the United States, and this has been the case since the 1970s. These include a 1972 city council ordinance, a 1974 voter referendum making possession of small amounts a civil infraction subject to a small fine, and a 2004 referendum on the medical use of cannabis. Since state law took precedence over municipal law, the far-stricter state cannabis laws were still enforced on University of Michigan property.

The following cities decriminalized marijuana prior to legalization: Ann Arbor (1972), Kalamazoo (2012), Detroit (2012), Flint (2012), Grand Rapids (2012), Ypsilanti (2012), Ferndale (2013), Jackson (2013), Lansing (2013), Hazel Park (2014), Oak Park (2014), Berkley (2014), Huntington Woods (2014), Mount Pleasant (2014), Pleasant Ridge (2014), Port Huron (2014), Saginaw (2014), East Lansing (2015), Keego Harbor (2015), and Portage (2015).