Michigan adds cerebral palsy to list of qualifying conditions for medical cannabis

Michigan regulators expanded the state’s list of qualifying illnesses for medical marijuana use by adding cerebral palsy.

The decision is expected to bring more patients into the state’s medical cannabis program and thus broaden the number of customers that MMJ companies can reach.

Michigan has more than 294,000 medical marijuana cardholders, the Detroit Free Press reported.

For more details about the regulators’ decision to add cerebral palsy to the state’s list of qualifying conditions, click here.

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