LANSING, MI (WILX) – Lawsuits are plaguing Michigan’s marijuana market, with the latest being a cancer patient suing Michigan over access to medical marijuana.
With confusion around both medical and recreational marijuana applications, the recently centralized, Marijuana Regulatory Agency (MRA) held a public meeting on Thursday to hear concerns.
Shortages and lack of access to marijuana were the two major concerns during the public comment portion.
But the executive director of the Marijuana Regulatory Agency says they are making supply and access process in the regulatory market.
“We are seeing that there are more plants in production,” said Andrew Brisbo, MRA Executive Director. “We have more licenses issued to growers now which are starting to improve the amount of product that is working through the supply chain, but we will keep moderating that to make sure we have adequate product in the right system.”