In a unanimous decision Michigan’s Supreme Court ruled Thursday that localities in the state are not legally authorized to ban medical cannabis within their boundaries. “Needless to say, we are thrilled [by the ruling]”, says, Rana Elmir, spokeswoman for the ACLU of Michigan. In Thursday’s ruling, written by Justice Bridget Mary McCormack, the Court states …
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