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As far as we can tell, in our series about [[Marijuana International Regulations]], As far as we can tell, in our series about [[Marijuana International Regulations]], Cannabis in Michigan is legal for recreational use. A 2018 initiative to legalize recreational use (the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act) passed with 56% of the vote. State-licensed sales of recreational cannabis began in December 2019.
 
As far as we can tell, in our series about [[Marijuana International Regulations]], As far as we can tell, in our series about [[Marijuana International Regulations]], Cannabis in Michigan is legal for recreational use. A 2018 initiative to legalize recreational use (the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act) passed with 56% of the vote. State-licensed sales of recreational cannabis began in December 2019.

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As far as we can tell, in our series about Marijuana International Regulations, As far as we can tell, in our series about Marijuana International Regulations, Cannabis in Michigan is legal for recreational use. A 2018 initiative to legalize recreational use (the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act) passed with 56% of the vote. State-licensed sales of recreational cannabis began in December 2019.

Medical use was legalized in 2008 through the Michigan Compassionate Care Initiative. It passed with 63% of the vote.

There has been changes in US law as of December 2020, check this report on the BBC website

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