Attorney General Files Amicus Briefs To Ban Dispensaries

In Michigan, Attorney General Bill Schuette has filed amicus briefs in support of two counties that are trying to clarify issues arising from enforcement of the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act. Schuette says he wants to make sure the law is properly enforced, and not used to essentially decriminalize the drug.

Schuette filed a brief in support of Isabella, Mich., County Prosecutor Larry Burdick, who is challenging a for-profit aspect of a local medical marijuana club. The prosecutor claims the club violates the law by allowing profits from medical marijuana sales by individual members, in patient-to-patient transactions.

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