Licensed medical cannabis delivery services launch in Michigan

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Three dispensaries received licenses to deliver medical cannabis to homes in Michigan – a move that signals the beginning of a new business opportunity for marijuana entrepreneurs in the state.

BotaniQ and Utopia Gardens, both of Detroit, and Lake Effect of Portage in southwestern Michigan were the first three delivery services licensed by the state’s new Marijuana Regulatory Agency.

Delivery is allowed not only in municipalities that have retail stores but also in jurisdictions that banned dispensaries, MLive.com reported.

Reports have indicated that in the absence of licensed services, illicit home delivery has occurred.

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