Ann Arbor Postpones Vote On Medical Marijuana Licensing Law, Again

At its February 7th meeting, Ann Arbor City Council made some progress on further amendments to a proposed licensing scheme for medical marijuana businesses, but ultimately decided to postpone their initial vote on the licensing law. Among the amendments made by the council on Monday night was one that provided a definition of a “cultivation facility” – something that a council caucus attendee had suggested the night before.

The postponement of an initial vote to the council’s next meeting, on Feb. 21, means that a final vote on licensing could not come sooner than the council’s March 7 meeting. An initial vote on zoning regulations for medical marijuana businesses was already taken by the council at its Oct. 18, 2010 meeting. On Monday, the final vote on those zoning regulations was also postponed to March 7. The council’s pattern over the last two months has been to postpone the final vote on zoning regulations for medical marijuana businesses so that it will coincide with the final vote on licensing.

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2 responses to “Ann Arbor Postpones Vote On Medical Marijuana Licensing Law, Again

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  2. i think there is no problem if medication with marijuana will be impose. That is, if there are restrictions, and the processes involved will be administered very well.

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