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Michigan driver who uses medical marijuana wins appeal
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — The Michigan Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that medical marijuana users aren't automatically breaking the law if they're caught driving after using the drug. The court unanimously overturned an appeals court decision in the case of ...
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Michigan Marijuana Driving Ruling By State Supreme Court Offers Limited DUI ...
Michigan's Supreme Court has ruled that taking a toke before driving is OK for state-approved marijuana patients in certain circumstances. In a unanimous ruling Tuesday, the high court decided that the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act (MMMA) supersedes a ...
Michigan Supreme Court rules on medical marijuana and driving
LANSING, MI (WTVB) - Michigan medical marijuana patients cannot be prosecuted for driving while the drug is in their system. That's the ruling from the Michigan Supreme Court in a unanimous opinion. The court overturned the decision of an appeals court ...
Supreme Court: Medical marijuana law offers protection to motorists
LANSING, MI – The state Supreme Court said Michigan's medical marijuana law protects motorists with marijuana in their system as long as they're not under the influence. The ruling issued Tuesday, May 21, reverses a state Court of Appeals ruling that ...
Douglas approves medical marijuana growing, distribution rules
The Grand Rapids Press - MLive.com
DOUGLAS, MI - Growing and providing medical marijuana will be restricted to Douglas' commercial and light industrial areas, under a new ordinance approved by the City Council. Passing a trio of regulations controlling the locations for growing ...
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THE Weed Blog (blog)
Michigan Supreme Court issues significant DUI / medical marihuana opinion
Contact Url. Subscribe to Blog. Remember my Info. Michigan's Supreme Court released a unanimous opinion on May 21, reversing a widely impactful decision of the Court of Appeals that restricted medical marihuana patients' driving privileges.
Michigan Supreme Court Favors Patient Caught DUI of Marijuana
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The Michigan Medical Marihuana Act that prohibits people from DUI is not applicable for Rodney Lee Koon who was caught driving 83 mph in a 55 mph zone in 2010 in Grand Traverse County. The ruling was signed by seven justices who had a unanimous ...