Yes, as of December 2019, adults over the age of 21 can legally purchase, possess, and consume recreational marijuana in Michigan.
No, you do not need a medical card to purchase recreational cannabis in Michigan. However, medical marijuana is also legal in Michigan and requires a medical card.
Licensed dispensaries are the only places where you can legally buy recreational cannabis in Michigan. You can find a list of licensed dispensaries on the Michigan Marijuana Regulatory Agency’s website.
Yes, Michigan law allows residents to grow up to 12 cannabis plants for personal use. However, there are restrictions on where and how you can grow the plants.
You can legally purchase up to 2.5 ounces of cannabis at a time in Michigan.
Dispensaries in Michigan accept cash, debit cards, and sometimes credit cards. It’s always best to call ahead and ask about their payment options.
No, it is illegal to consume cannabis in public in Michigan. Consumption is only allowed on private property with the owner’s permission.
No, it is illegal to drive under the influence of marijuana in Michigan. It’s always best to wait until the effects wear off before getting behind the wheel.
No, it is illegal to transport cannabis across state lines, even if both states have legalized marijuana.
Yes, you must be at least 21 years old with a valid ID to purchase recreational cannabis in Michigan.