New website offers objective news, views on marijuana in Michigan

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pot criticNo matter what you think of marijuana, it’s not going anywhere.

Michigan residents voted in 2008 to legalize medical pot. In the past two years, voters decriminalized possession of small amounts of marijuana in numerous Michigan cities, including Detroit, Grand Rapids, Flint, Ypsilanti and Kalamazoo.

And in Colorado and Washington, recreational use of pot is legal – a trend that is expected to increase as the federal government considers reclassifying marijuana.

This week, we will be launching Marijuana in the Mitten, a site dedicated to educating pot users on new laws, dispensaries, products, recipes and strains. We’ve created a Facebook page for daily updates.

We have more than a dozen writers who will evaluate dispensaries, co-ops, caregivers and others who provide marijuana to patients. Reviews also will test new products, find the best smoke shops and make recommendations that are useful to the more than 115,000 registered marijuana patients and 27,000 caregivers in Michigan.
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Despite the relaxed laws, police continue to kick in the doors of dispensaries and harass medicinal marijuana users.
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We also will pursue ways in which hemp can be used for paper, fuel and building material and explore the impact of marijuana legalization in Michigan and how it could help cash-starved municipal budgets.
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We’d love to hear your feedback.

Steve Neavling

Steve Neavling lives and works in Detroit as an investigative journalist. His stories have uncovered corruption, led to arrests and reforms and prompted FBI investigations.