The Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs on Friday revealed its full medical marijuana licensing applications.
The applications had previously been a missing cog in the permitting process that is set to begin Dec. 15.
One of the critiques from insiders was that actual applications weren’t yet available, just a week before the start of the application window.
The licensing process will have two phases:
- Pre-qualification – which will involve criminal background checks and a $6,000 licensing fee.
- Full license qualification – which will focus on details of a proposed business location, authenticating local government approval for applicants, and more.
Michigan will be licensing MMJ retailers, growers, processors, transporters and testing labs.