In order to review, analyze, discuss, and opine on laws and regulations concerning the recreational and medicinal use of marijuana in the state, Attorney General Dana Nessel has formed a workgroup. The goal is to ensure that the laws approved by voters in Michigan through two separate ballot proposals, and subsequent regulations, are clarified and improved when necessary to ensure that marijuana law in Michigan is implemented equally and appropriately.
Attorney General Nessel will chair the new workgroup, which will be housed within the Department of Attorney General. Members will include persons from different backgrounds, including some stakeholders in marijuana law and regulation. The workgroup will make recommendations to the legislature, law enforcement, the judiciary, prosecutors, defense attorneys, the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, and others.
Attorney General Nessel selected the following individuals to serve on the workgroup:
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