Detroit Officials Announce Proposal To Allow Adult-Use Cannabis Sales In City

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Leaders in Detroit on Monday will reportedly unveil a plan to bring recreational marijuana sales to the city. Tate and other members of the city council had been facing pressure to unveil the proposal, after a series of postponements to marijuana sales in the city. The time has come for equity currently not present within Detroit’s cannabis industry,” Tate said, as quoted by the Detroit News. Two years after Michigan voters legalized pot for adults, residents of the state’s largest city may finally get to take advantage. Tate said in June that it was a matter of the council doing its due diligence before taking the step.

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Leaders in Detroit on Monday will reportedly unveil a plan to bring recreational marijuana sales to the city.

Two years after Michigan voters legalized pot for adults, residents of the state’s largest city may finally get to take advantage. The Detroit Free Press reported that city councilman James Tate was set to offer up a proposal under which “sales...

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