For years, a student at Michigan State University with a medical marijuana license has picked up a few extra pot products when he goes to his local dispensary and resold them to friends for just above retail price.
“It’s allowing me to have free access to medication and also helping out friends so they have something to enjoy themselves,” he told Bridge Magazine.
Since Michigan approved recreational marijuana in November, a few more friends have asked whether he could pick up cannabis products for them, and he’s happy to deliver. Under the new law, which goes into effect Thursday, Dec. 6 and is officially known as the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marijuana Act (MRTMA), it will no longer be illegal for his friends to use those products.
It will, however, still be illegal for him to act the middleman, but he’s not worried.
“I feel that they’re not going to crack down on