Michigan Appeals Court Deems ‘Wet Marijuana’ Illegal In Setback

Medical marijuana caregivers and cultivators in Michigan can’t process their plants without breaking the law as a result of a Michigan Court of Appeals decision this month, according to cannabis lawyers.

“Wet marijuana” — a loose term for the time between when a marijuana plant is cut and fully dried for consumption — is not covered by state law, according to a Court of Appeals ruling July 19. Continue reading “Michigan Appeals Court Deems ‘Wet Marijuana’ Illegal In Setback”

Netherlands Approves Bill to Allow Cultivation of Marijuana

Dutch MPs have narrowly approved a bill that would permit the growing of cannabis, removing a legal grey area that left “coffee shops” able to sell the drug but unable to supply themselves without fear of prosecution. Continue reading “Netherlands Approves Bill to Allow Cultivation of Marijuana”