Carl’s Cannabis Corner – December 1, 2013

We will be talking about Michigan Senate Bill 660 with Michigan attorney Matt Abel, Cannabis Counsel, 2930 E. Jefferson Ave, Detroit, MI 48027, 313-446-2235, info@cannabiscounsel.com.

SB 660 has activists in Michigan buzzing (passed in the Michigan Senate by 22-16 on November 13, 2013, and referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary). Read the Floor Summary for a description of the bill, and you can also read the Committee Summary for an explanation of the bill.

In People v. McQueen, February 8, 2013, the Supreme Court of Michigan held that the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act does not authorize dispensaries. SB 660 would authorize Prairie Plant Systems Inc. to produce marijuana for Michigan pharmacies, contingent upon getting federal authorization. If the federal government authorizes the distribution of marijuana by pharmacies, Michigan would become the first medical marijuana state to do so.

Prairie Plant Systems Inc. is Health Canada’s contracted manufacturer of Medicinal Marijuana (CanniMed®).

Prairie Plant Systems Inc.
#1 Plant Technology Road
Box 19A – RR#5
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 3J8
Office : (306) 975-1207
Fax : (306) 975-0440
Email : pps@prairieplant.com

One thought on “Carl’s Cannabis Corner – December 1, 2013

  1. Here’s an update:

    SB 660 (passed in the Michigan Senate by 22-16 on November 13, 2013, passed as amended in the Michigan House by 87-22 on December 12, 2013, passed as amended in the Michigan Senate by 20-18 on December 12, 2013). SB 660 cedes state sovereignty to the federal government. But, what’s new about that?

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