Dozens of medical marijuana dispensaries operating in Detroit are at risk of closure under a new state board created by Gov. Rick Snyder.
Detroit has decimated its once-blossoming medicinal cannabis industry, leaving patients with far fewer choices.
A vast majority of Detroit’s marijuana dispensaries are about to go up in smoke because of a controversial city ordinance that severely limits where cannabis shops are allowed to operate.
Of the 148 dispensaries, 59 are within 1,000 feet of an active school.
More than a dozen writers will evaluate dispensaries, co-ops, caregivers and others who provide marijuana to patients, in addition to reporting on pot news.