A new analysis from the Michigan Senate Fiscal Agency finds legalizing, taxing and regulating marijuana will generate even more revenue than projected by the Coalition to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol.
Mini-Documentary Tells The Incredible Story of How an 81-Year Old Michigan Woman was Jailed for Possessing a Small Amount of Marijuana
Delores Saltzman’s story is like many of the 20,000+ Michiganders who are arrested for marijuana possession, the vast majority of which are for a quarter ounce or less.
The Coalition to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol released a new analysis today showing that the vast majority of marijuana arrests in Michigan are for petty possession issues and are unconnected with other offenses.
The Coalition to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol released three ads today supporting the Yes on Proposal 1 campaign. The ads highlight why veterans, law enforcement and medical marijuana patients will be voting yes on legalizing and regulating marijuana in Michigan.
Contrary to claims made opponents of Proposal 1, studies by the Colorado and Washington State Health Departments in 2017 have conclusively shown that teen use has remained flat since those states passed full marijuana legalization.
Michigan Legal Marijuana Will Net $520 Million in New Taxes for Roads, Schools, Local Communities Over First Five Years
A recent economic analysis projects legalizing marijuana in Michigan would generate more than $520 million in combined tax revenue in the first five years of implementation.
Rick Steves, host of the hit PBS series “Rick Steves’ Europe” and prominent marijuana policy reform advocate will be holding talks across Michigan to discuss the benefits of legalizing and regulating marijuana and how world travel has shaped his views on the issue.
Lansing, MI – The Michigan State Board of Canvassers approved today the final ballot language that will voters the chance to legalize and regulate marijuana for Michigan adults 21 and older.
Lansing – The Michigan State Legislature was not able to garner the votes needed to pass the marijuana legalization ballot initiative supported by the Coalition to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol. The issue will now appear on Michigan’s Nov. 6 ballot. If approved by voters, Michigan would become the 10th state to legalize, regulate and tax marijuana for all adults 21 years and older.
In a surprise move, the campaign committee created to oppose the Coalition to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol’s (CRMLA) legalization initiative issued a news release yesterday formally asking the legislature to pass marijuana legalization.