With many enthusiasts and business owners up in arms, Detroit’s medical marijuana initiative overturning could be appealed.
Detroit will still be required to select the Michigan Medical Marijuana Facilities Act
In spite of the decision, Detroit will, in any case, be required to select into the Michigan Medical Marijuana Facilities Act, the state authorizing and administrative structure for restorative marijuana.
This decision was highlighted after the rejection of the two proposals by Colombo. One presented by an organization looking for a therapeutic weed permit to work in the city, VK Real Estate Holdings III LLC, the other by Marcus Cummings and Deborah Omokehind, two Detroit citizens. Later in the day, the city filed a motion seeking to overthrow the two activities, which Colombo allowed to a limited extent.
“Proposal B went against Michigan’s Zoning Enabling Act.”