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About Adult-Use (Recreational) Marijuana. The Marijuana Regulatory Agency (MRA) is in the process of implementing the regulatory framework created by the passing of the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act (MRTMA). VIEW THE NEW LAW. Emergency rules have been filed and will remain in effect until January 3, 2020. Open PDF file, 800.17 KB, for 935 CMR 500: Adult use of marijuana (PDF 800.17 KB) Contact for 935 CMR 500.00: Adult use of marijuana Trial Court Law Libraries + Phone. Call Trial Court Law Libraries at (800) 445-8989. Within Massachusetts only. TTY Call Trial Court Law Libraries, TTY at (800) 281-3683.

On June 25, 2019, Illinois Governor JB Pritzker made good on his campaign promise to sign an adult-use marijuana law. Pursuant to the Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act (the “Adult-Use Cannabis Act”), adult-use (i.e., recreational) marijuana will be legal and available starting January 1, 2020.The Adult-Use Cannabis Act is 610-pages, and this article briefly focuses on the dispensaries. Oct 23, 2018 · On November 8, 2016, the majority of California voters passed Proposition 64 – The Control, Regulate and Tax Adult Use of Marijuana Act (Prop 64). The proposition becomes law immediately. California now joins several states including Washington, Oregon, and Colorado where the personal possession and use of marijuana is decriminalized.

Aug 07, 2019 · The Bureau of Cannabis Control (Bureau) is the lead agency in regulating commercial cannabis licenses for medical and adult-use cannabis in California. The Bureau is responsible for licensing retailers, distributors, testing labs, microbusinesses, and temporary cannabis events. An adult-use shop may also be referred to as a “dispensary,” but as more states legalize recreational use, more people are pivoting away from language leftover from the days of “medical-only.

Jun 27, 2017 · (1) Existing law, the Control, Regulate and Tax Adult Use of Marijuana Act (AUMA), an initiative measure enacted as Proposition 64 at the November 8, 2016, statewide general election, authorizes a person who obtains a state license under AUMA to engage in commercial adult-use cannabis activity pursuant to that license and applicable local ordinances. In February 2019, DAFS created the Office of Marijuana Policy (OMP) to oversee all aspects of legalized marijuana, including Maine's existing Medical Use of Marijuana Program.Individuals interested in staying apprised the work of OMP may wish to complete the form on our Stay Connected page. The Office is currently in the process of drafting, in concert with their hired cannabis consultants.