(WLNS) – Lawmakers are still considering measures to define the future of medical marijuana in Michigan.
Legislation discussed in the senate Wednesday aims to eliminate some of the legal gray areas, but critics say lawmakers are focusing on the wrong issues.
Medical marijuana in the state of Michigan has a complicated track record. It was approved for medical use by voters in 2008, but dispensaries became illegal under a 2013 Supreme Court case.
Yet we still see them in Michigan cities.