More than 50 Michigan cities, townships and counties have passed laws to regulate medical marijuana, but Birmingham and Bloomfield Hills are “the first ones we’ve seen that appear to completely ban medical marijuana,” ACLU staff attorney Dan Korobkin said.
Bloomfield Hills City Manager Jay Cravens said the city’s ordinance, passed in June, merely regulates land use linked to medical marijuana. “Our ordinance does not enforce any requirements on medical-marijuana patients who use this drug in their residence,” Cravens said.
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