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Homemade Hydroponics/Alternative Medicine

930 E. Mt. Hope Ave., Lansing M-Sat 10 am-7 pm; Sun 11 am-5 pm; (517) 580-4009

by City Pulse

Since opening a few months ago, Homemade Hydroponics/Alternative Medicines has been providing patients with a steady stream of quality strains at good prices, no membership necessary. They also advertise for clones, smoking accessories and medibles. However, availability of foods beyond hard candy pieces is rare.

 
 
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GreenLeaf

530 E. Grand River Road, Williamston Township (517) 655-5400 www.greenleafsupplies.com

by City Pulse

GreenLeaf is a dispensary I never thought I’d set foot in again. I must say, I was a little bit reluctant when driving out to conduct my review. The last time I was at this location it was the Green Leaf Smokers Club, which was run by Wayne Dagit, who was arrested for allegedly possessing more than 200 pounds of marijuana.

 
 
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Green Solutions USA

3145 S. Pennsylvania Ave., Lansing. Mon-Sat 11 a.m.-8 p.m. (517) 580-8344

by City Pulse

Besides meds, Green Solutions also offers physician consultations, delivery services, medibles and a small assortment of smoking accessories. Membership is $10 and completely optional. Members receive a discount on meds and added discounts for referring a friend.

 
 
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HydroWorld

407 E. Grand River Ave., Lansing. M-F 10 a.m.-6 p.m. (517) 887-9960

by City Pulse

Last year, Danny Trevino opened Hydro World Hydroponics, a grow-equipment store, and began instructing others in the art of hydroponic growing. The location on Barnes Avenue in south Lansing isn’t exactly in a business hotspot for a medical marijuana dispensary.

 
 
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LB Mary Jane

3711 W. Jolly Road, Lansing. M-Sat 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Sun 11 a.m.-5 p.m. www.lbmaryjane.com (866) 478-6828

by City Pulse

Master Kush is a well-known indica/sativa hybrid that embodies characteristics of both phenotypes. The buds were dense and bright green with yellow-white hairs and a nice crystal coating. The faintly citrus smell mixed with hints or earthiness. A smooth smoke and almost nonexistent taste led up to a full-bodied high.

 
 
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Great Lakes Superior

5812-D S. Cedar St., Lansing. Hours: M-Sat 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Sun 11 a.m.-5 p.m. (517) 580-4461

by City Pulse

This small, white building is unmistakable to southbound travelers on Cedar Street with its giant red cross and cannabis leaf painted on the side. Upon entering through a screen door, there were two counters and a small waiting area with magazines and a television.

 
 
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Green Leaf Clinic

900 W. Holmes Road, Lansing (517) 977-0725 Hours: M-Sat, 11 a.m.-8 p.m. www.greenleafclinic.org

by City Pulse

Green Leaf Clinic is located on the north side of Holmes Road in a small strip mall near the Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard intersection. The edifice is adorned with a modern-looking illuminated sign, making this dispensary easy to find. The lobby is bright, open and modestly decorated with comfortable-looking furniture.

 
 
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Compassionate Apothecary

by City Pulse

The Compassionate Apothecary is in a two-story house built in the late 1920s, converted for commercial use and situated within easy walking distance of seven other dispensaries on Michigan Avenue. Early to the dispensary business (Compassionate Apothecary opened last summer), “C.

 
 
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Cloud 9

3413 S. Cedar St., Lansing. M-Sat 10 a.m.-8 p.m. (517) 882-9330

by City Pulse

Cloud 9 made the transition from head shop to dispensary in the past year and sits across Cedar Street from the Lansing Police Department’s South Precinct station. It’s one of the city’s newest and budding dispensaries, specializing in locally grown medicine and medibles.

 
 
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Evolve

2312 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing Hours: M-Sat 11 a.m.-8 p.m.

by City Pulse

Like a fortress of solitude, Evolve Medical Marijuana Services is located on Michigan Avenue between Lansing Art Glass and Alternative Choice Clinic on Lansing’s east side. Parking is available on the street in front and also in the back of this business.

 
 
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Turtle's Medical Marijuana Compassionate Services

2121 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing | Open 24 Hours | (517) 214-2244

by City Pulse

Whether the idea was to fulfill a need or to seize an opportunity, owner and budtender Corey, along with his wife, Toni, have managed to do both by opening Turtle’s Medical Marijuana Compassionate Services ' the only 24-hour medical marijuana shop in the area.

 
 
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Medical Marijuana Services

3303 N. East St., Lansing. M-Sat 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Sun 10 a.m.-9 p.m.

by City Pulse

Medical Marijuana Services, a collection of six businesses that occupies the old A&E Printing building on East Street, is one the shops able to continue operation during the moratorium. MMS helps patients get legal and offers raw medical marijuana with no membership required.

 
 
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Helping Hands

4100 S. Cedar St., Lansing. M-Sat 11 a.m.-8 p.m. (517) 993-5336

by City Pulse

Strains vary in price from $15-$25 per gram. At $25 a gram, Apollo, a sativa strain, was definitely the best bud offered at the time. The buds were thick and sticky with oozing trichomes that carried a sweet, citrus aroma. Similar to the popular Super Lemon Haze strain, the smoke tasted sweet, fruity and went down smooth.

 
 

Victoria’s Club Med-a-Sin

1039 N. Cedar St., Lansing, M-F Noon-7 p.m. and Sat Noon-6 p.m. (517) 481-5264

by City Pulse

Earlier this year in what seemed like a logical step, Victoria, original owner and operator of SuCasa since 1974, turned the home behind the head shop into one of Lansing’s newest medical marijuana dispensaries, Club Med-a-Sin. Membership is $20 annually and is ha...

 
 
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The Popcorn Bag

1824 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing M-Sat Noon to 7 p.m. (517) 648-3011

by City Pulse

The Cheese strain, a well-known sativa, was the only one offered at $19 per gram. It was definitely worth it. The heavy cheese odor shifted to a more fuel-ish smell when broken down. With dense, sparkling buds, the Cheese was as potent as it was pretty..

 
 
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Buono's Medical Marijuana Caregivers

1419 Turner St., Lansing (517) 819-8167 Hours: M, W, F; 3 p.m.-7 p.m.

by City Pulse

Buono’s Medical Marijuana Caregivers is located on the west side of Turner Street near North Street in a singlestory, compact, brick building, in the middle of an industrial-looking zone.

 
 
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S&S Collectives

1242 E. Grand River Ave., Lansing Hours: M-Sat 11 a.m.-6 p.m. (989) 292-5143

by City Pulse

Upon entering the shop, I was enthusiastically greeted by a jolly man with a genuine love for what he does. He checked my papers and informed me that there was no membership fee. They had eight different strains of medicine and also one kind of nicely packaged and displayed edible peanut butter cups.

 
 
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Mid-Michigan Caregivers

718 W. Saginaw St., Lansing (517) 993-5357 Hours: M-Sat 11 a.m. - 8 p.m.

by City Pulse

Mid-Michigan Caregivers on Saginaw Street between Wisconsin Avenue and Sycamore Street inhabits a former automobile parts storefront that has seen better days. I visited on a recent weekday afternoon after two unsuccessful attempts during advertised dispensary hours.

 
 
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One year later

Few dispensaries remain, leaving little doubt that medical marijuana activity has gone back underground. Now, all eyes are on the state Supreme Court.

by Andy Balaskovitz

Once the neon flashes of an open sign and maybe a cannabis leaf showed plainly in the windows of 41 storefronts across greater Lansing. A half-dozen or so remain. Where once 11 medical marijuana dispensaries operated on the 1.6-mile stretch of Michigan Avenue between Cedar Street and U.S. 127, one remains.

 
 
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For patients’ rights

Medical marijuana advocates rally against the Legislature’s latest plans

by Andy Balaskovitz
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Wednesday, Sept. 19 — Today’s rally was in opposition to a pending four-bill package that opponents say unfairly singles out patients, particularly as it relates to doctor-patient relationships and police access to patient information.

 
 
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Advocates rally against medical marijuana changes

by Kyle Melinn

Medical marijuana advocates are tired of the Republican-led Legislature and Attorney General Bill Schuette chipping away at the 2008 voter-initiated law. Today they're planning on letting them know.

 
 
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Schuette: A necessary fear?

by Andy Balaskovitz

Ryan Richmond owns Relief Choices, a dispensary with three locations throughout the state (including one on Michigan Avenue in Lansing). Unlike some of his colleagues, he’s not quite as threatened by Attorney General Bill Schuette’s vigilance against the voter-approved 2008 ballot initiative.

 
 
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Dispensary opposition

Last-minute opposition to Lansing’s proposed dispensary regulations is led by a major PR firm with an employee that is recusing himself from an advisory board vote on the ordinance

by Andy Balaskovitz

With less than a week to go until the Lansing City Council votes on regulating medical marijuana dispensaries, opposition to the proposed ordinance is getting a boost from the well known Lansing-based public relations firm Truscott Rossman.

 
 
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Looking up patients, caregivers

Proposed legislation would allow law enforcement to search medical marijuana patients and caregivers by name and address

by Andy Balaskovitz

That question has surfaced over proposed legislation in the state Senate that would require the state Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, which processes medical marijuana program applications, to give the Michigan State Police the names and addresses of registered patients and caregivers.

 
 
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California cannabis advocate Michael Malott returns home

’Michigan Medical Marijuana Handbook’ covers health benefits, logistics and interacting with police

by Andy Balaskovitz

’Michigan Medical Marijuana Handbook’ covers health benefits, logistics and interacting with police.

 
 
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Can they move?

A Lansing dispensary owner is standing her ground after moving to a new location during the moratorium, even after a warning from Lansing police. Meanwhile, the city attorney is silent.

by Andy Balaskovitz

Medical marijuana dispensary owner Sharess Witherell has a lot of questions for the city of Lansing ...

 
 
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The mayor on dispensaries

How Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero envisions commercial medical marijuana activity

by Andy Balaskovitz

Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero, who spoke out last week against a proposed ordinance that would make most of Lansing’s medical marijuana dispensaries move, has offered an ordinance of his own that would allow dispensaries to open in various commercially and industrially zoned areas of the city as long as they are at least 500 feet apart.

 
 
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4 mayors

Benavides, Hollister, Crawford join Bernero in supporting the millage

by Andy Balaskovitz

Wednesday, April 27 — Four Lansing mayors, past and present, stood sheltered from the rain this morning in Fire Station No. 1 downtown to announce their support for the proposed 4-mill property tax increase."I don't know if this has happened besides charitable events," Mayor Virg Bernero said. "It's a testament to the importance of the May 3 election."

 
 
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Dispensary discrepancy

Questions arise over the operation of four medical marijuana dispensaries in Lansing

by Andy Balaskovitz

One medical marijuana dispensary in Lansing appears to be operating without the city’s approval, and three more may be in trouble if the City Council adopts a revised moratorium ordinance.S S Collectives, 1242 E. Grand River Ave., has been open for nearly two months, according to a manager, but evidently never registered with the city.

 
 
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Still preaching

Despite facing felony drug charges, Fredrick Wayne Dagit helped his son set up a medical marijuana delivery service

by Andy Balaskovitz

Nine weeks in jail and pending felony drug charges aren’t keeping Fredrick Wayne Dagit from doing what he believes is his mission: medical marijuana.

 
 
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A tale of two ordinances

East Lansing is on the home stretch of regulating medical marijuana dispensaries, while Lansing is struggling to do so. Why?

by Andy Balaskovitz

“Lansing has the distinction of being in both Ingham and Eaton counties,” Smith said, adding that he was part of a medical marijuana panel discussion with Dunnings and Sauter hosted by the Michigan Municipal League on Feb. 10. He is crafting language.

 
 
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E.L. dispensary regulations on hold

The East Lansing City Council punts on regulating medical marijuana dispensaries … sort of

by Andy Balaskovitz

Wednesday, Feb. 16 — The East Lansing City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to take another month to discuss possible medical marijuana dispensary regulations in the city, thus extending a moratorium on the businesses for another 90 days.

 
 
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DEA in Delhi

The Tri-County Metro Narcotics Squad raids a medical marijuana growing operation that might be two plants over the state limit. Small stuff — yet the narcs call the feds. Why?

by Andy Balaskovitz

Since then, federal marijuana charges have been brought against Randall Lloyd Darling and Joseph David Johnson, the two growers who showed Every the plants. They face a minimum of five years in prison for growing more than 100 cannabis plants.

 
 
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It’s time police simmer down on pot

by Kyle Melinn

Didn’t nearly two-thirds of Michigan voters say two years ago that a limited amount of medical marijuana could be grown legally? That it’s high time police found more productive uses for their time than harassing someone growing a little weed in the backyard?

 
 
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DEA STRIKES AGAIN

Two caregivers charged with violating federal pot laws for grow operation in Mason

by Andy Balaskovitz

Baldori, who represents Johnson, believes both defendants were within the state’s medical marijuana law. While Baldori said the DEA confiscated more than 200 plants from a grow operation in Mason, he added that Johnson and Darling are both patients and caregivers with the maximum-allowed five patients.

 
 
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Op-Ed: Medical Marijuana and the Status Quo

Ryan Richmond from Royal Oak, Mich. is a venture capitalist, commercial real estate professional and a board member of the Marijuana Patients Organization (MarijuanaPatients.org)

by Ryan D. Richmond

Monday, Jan. 17 — Some kind of interesting times we live in, don’t you think?

 
 
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To market, to market

Inside Lansing’s medical marijuana farmers markets

by Andy Balaskovitz

Your Healthy Choice Clinic at 628 E. Michigan Ave. on Sunday afternoons turns into a shoulder-to-shoulder shopping center for qualified medical marijuana patients and caregivers. At any given time between noon and 5 p.m., as many as 50 shoppers browse the narrow office space downtown.

 
 
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Pot PAC

A new group of lobbyists seek to defend medical cannabis

by Andy Balaskovitz

Sensible Michigan, a political action committee formed by a group of six people from Detroit, is drumming up support to defend the state’s medical marijuana law. They believe it’s a law on the brink of destruction by concerned politicians with lifelong qualms with cannabis.

 
 
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Op-Ed: Medical Marijuana Haziness or Normalcy Bias

Ryan D. Richmond is the former owner of Clinical Relief, a medical marijuana dispensary in Ferndale that was raided by the Oakland County Sheriff’s Department in August.

by Ryan D. Richmond

Monday, Dec. 27 — I am very concerned about how strong-armed-forces are moving forward to collect and control data on what is, at the moment, our protected personal rights.

 
 
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The rush

A look at the 46 new medical marijuana businesses that established themselves with the city to avoid being blocked by a moratorium

by Andy Balaskovitz

Robert Ortega, who leases business space at 509 E. Grand River Ave. in Old Town, was surprised to find out a medical marijuana business is listed at his property. “Mr. Nice Guy” claims to operate out of the space shared by lawyers across the street from the old Temple Club.

 
 
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Here come the Feds

The federal Drug Enforcement Agency cleans out a medical marijuana growing facility in Okemos

by Andy Balaskovitz

Thursday, Dec. 2 — The federal Drug Enforcement Agency has raided a medical marijuana grow facility in Okemos. The man leasing space at the facility says the plant numbers were within the state’s medical marijuana law.

 
 
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Just say no

The mayor calls a moratorium on new medical marijuana businesses ‘absolute nonsense’ and ‘Nixonian.’ Meanwhile, businesses scramble to get grandfathered in

by Andy Balaskovitz

The proposed ordinance would ban any new medical marijuana establishments for up to a year while the City Council and the city attorney draft an ordinance that includes licensing through the city clerk’s office.

 
 
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A hold on pot shops?

The Lansing City Council will introduce an ordinance tonight that places a moratorium on “medical marihuana establishments”

by Andy Balaskovitz

Monday, Nov. 29 — The Lansing City Council is scheduled to introduce an ordinance to place a moratorium on medical marijuana businesses at tonight’s meeting before a planned public hearing Dec. 6.

 
 
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'Safe harbor'

Lansing is working to regulate medical marijuana businesses amid dispensary crackdowns in southeast Michigan

by Andy Balaskovitz

On Aug. 25, the Oakland County drug enforcement team raided Clinical Relief in Ferndale. Nine people were arrested and await a potential trial on felony drug manufacturing charges. An undercover officer used a fake medical marijuana card to make purchases at Clinical Relief.

 
 
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Held up

The owner of a local medical marijuana dispensary responds to being robbed at gunpoint Saturday

by Andy Balaskovitz

Wednesday, Nov. 17 — The owner of Turtle’s medical marijuana dispensary, 2121 E. Michigan Ave., said the store “didn’t skip a beat” after being robbed at gunpoint by three men Saturday night.

 
 
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Prohibition and medicine...

Michigan is one of 14 states to straddle that line

by Andy Balaskovitz

(Wednesday, Oct. 6) Cannabis. Grass. Marijuana. Ganja. Weed. Pot. Medicine. That last descriptor, legitimized by 63 percent of Michigan voters in 2008 and in 13 other states since 1996, has changed the game. Here in the greater Lansing region, perhaps most prominent is the number of businesses that engage in the sale, trade and education of it.

 
 
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MEDIBLES:a taste you can feel

Shekina Peña, owner of Your Healthy Choice Clinic at 628 E. Michigan Ave., discusses the benefits of feasting on your cannabis

by Andy Balaskovitz

(Wednesday, Oct. 6) Pe˝a says to be forewarned while cooking at home, because the aroma of cooking crock-pot sized batches of cannabis butter can be quite pungent. When cooking with cannabis-based oils, she recommends using saffron oil, which is safest for allergies.

 
 
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Concerning caregivers

A medical marijuana vote and a snow and ice removal public hearing scheduled for tonight’s Lansing City Council meeting

by Andy Balaskovitz

(Monday, Sept. 20) The Lansing City Council will vote tonight on adopting an ordinance that regulates in-home, medical marijuana caregiver services in the city. The ordinance focuses solely on home occupation businesses and does not regulate dispensaries, compassion clubs or equipment stores.

 
 
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Undercover operation

Smoking club customers monitored for a week before the bust

by Andy Balaskovitz

(Thursday, Aug. 19) Undercover agents spent a week monitoring cars and customers before they raided the Green Leaf Smokers Club in Williamston and arrested the operator, one of the agents testified Thursday.

 
 
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Politics and pot

Williamston pot club owner the victim of politics, lawyer says

by Andy Balaskovitz

(Friday, July 30) The attorney for the owner of Green Leaf Smokers Club in Williamston said in court today the charges against his client are “politically motivated” and result from a “classic case of entrapment.”

 
 
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Telecannabis

Talk of bombings surround canceled Lansing medical marijuana

by Andy Balaskovitz

(Wednesday, June 30) Last February in Kalispell, Mont., the Montana Caregivers Network signed up between 900 and 1,000 Montanans for the state’s medical cannabis program in a single day. Spokesman Chris Arneson said it was a coordinated effort with five doctors writing recommendations.

 
 
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Love! Cannabis! Compassion!

Inside Lansing's newest medical marijuana compassionate care club

by Jane Alexander

(Friday, June 11) The building at 2010 E Michigan Avenue that houses the medical marijuana Capital City Compassionate Caregivers Club isn’t fancy. Volunteers have painted the fašade  white with green trim, and an old sign for the United Nations Association ha...

 
 
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Negative approach

Is the case of Frederick Wayne Dagit bad for the medical marijuana cause?

by Neal McNamara

(Wednesday, June 9) On Tuesday afternoon, the Rev. Frederick Wayne Dagit sat in a black- and white-striped Ingham County Jail jumpsuit in 55th District Court in Mason. He looked calm, rested and alert.

 
 
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Blown up

Details of a confidential informant, 228 pounds of marijuana and a wrestling superstar emerge from the arrest of a local medical marijuana spiritual leader

by Andy Balaskovitz

(Wednesday, June 2) At an arraignment in 55th District Court in Mason Friday morning, Judge Donald Allen Jr. led the handful of people in the courtroom through the criminal past of the Rev. Fredrick Wayne Dagit.

 
 
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Lansing looks at medical marijuana dispensary moratorium

by Neal McNamara

(Friday, May 28) A Lansing City Council committee is looking to possibly place a moratorium on new medical marijuana dispensaries opening as it continues to work on a new zoning ordinance that would regulate dispensaries and compassionate care clubs.

 
 
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Marijuana Inc.

Unusual business opportunities are found surrounding medical marijuana.

by Neal McNamara

(Wednesday, May 19) Shane Gustafson came into the business of selling vaporizer machines for use with medical marijuana was because of a sick family member. Gustafson’s 60-year-old father was using medical marijuana for various ailments.

 
 
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Will of the people

Law enforcement sees medical marijuana law as vague, may have to wait for courts to clear it up

by Neal McNamara

(Wednesday, May 19) For 40 years, attorney Richard McLellan has been representing regulated industries like liquor, gambling and insurance. And now, he is venturing into a new regulated industry: medical marijuana.

 
 
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Dispensageddon

As new medical marijuana dispensaries open, Lansing moves toward a comprehensive zoning ordinance to control them

by Andy Balaskovitz and Neal McNamara

(Wednesday, May 12) A proposed zoning ordinance to control medical marijuana dispensaries in Lansing does not worry Ryan Basore.He’s a partner in the newly opened nonprofit dispensary on Michigan Avenue, Capital City Caregivers. Basore, an insurance agent by trade, says that he and his business partners have notified the Lansing Police Department, are located in a commercial...

 
 
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Pot and the Lord

The owner of a cannibis “club” finds his inspiration in his faith.

by Andy Balaskovitz

(Wednesday, Mar. 10) The Rev. Wayne Dagit is wading through 439 new e-mails when I visit him in his small, sparse office at the Green Leaf Smokers Club in Williamstown Township. It is 7 on a Wednesday night. There is a table barely big enough for his small Dell Notebook computer, a black leather planner and a folder of documents.

 
 
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Cough, cough

A legal purported marijuana substitute crops up in East Lansing

by Neal McNamara

(Wednesday, Feb. 10) Strictly speaking, K2 is incense and is not meant for human consumption. But its packaging, reputation ' especially on the Internet ' and the fact that it’s sold in close proximity to elaborate glass tobacco pipes sends a different signal. K2, users say, is a legal alternative to marijuana.

 
 
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The smell

The first medical marijuana

by Andy Balaskovitz

(Wednesday, Feb. 3) YPSILANTI – Riding the elevator down from the third floor of the Marriot Hotel at Eagle Creek, a medical marijuana caregiver leaned over and said to me, “Any place you can fuck you can smoke.”

 
 
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Medicine crowing

The state Department of Community Health sees a need for more regulation of medical marijuana, but it doesn't support new proposed laws

by Andy Balaskovitz

(Wednesday, Jan. 27) The Michigan Department of Community Health is overwhelmed by the amount of medical marijuana applications it receives daily. It was unexpected. In response to the medical cannabis boom, the department is calling for more regulations that will control the number, scale and safety of growing facilities across Michigan.

 
 
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Blowing smoke

Medical marijuana activists unhappy with proposed new regulations

by Neal McNamara

(Wednesday, Jan. 20) State Sens. Richard Kahn, R-Saginaw, Wayne Kuipers, R-Holland, and Gerald Van Woerkom, R-Muskegon, have each introduced a bill to alter the medical marijuana law.

 
 
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Just say no

A first draft of rules of the state’s new medical marijuana law incites protest from patients and advocates.

by Neal McNamara

(January 7, 2009) The frustration of Desmond Mitchell, a state Department of Community Health policy adviser, was almost palpable at a public hearing Monday morning regarding the department’s draft rules for the state’s new medical marijuana law.

 
 
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Public questions proposed rules on medical marijuana

by Neal McNamara

(January 5, 2009) A set of draft rules for Michigan’s medical marijuana law presented at a state Department of Community Health public hearing this morning was met with intense criticism from the public, with some saying that the proposals contradict the law passed in November by voters.

 
 

Toking it to the streets: activists petition for medical marijuana

by Eric Czarnik

(June 20, 2007) Rochelle Lampkin of Detroit doesn'tdrink alcohol, smoke tobacco or use drugs for recreation. But aboutonce a month, she takes in a substance that she says benefits herquality of life ' even though it's against the law.She uses marijuana for medicinal purposes.á

 
 
 
 

How to get a card and other things you need to know

by City Pulse Staff

Here are the basics for potential patients and caregivers about getting approved, as explained by the Michigan Department of Community Health.

 
 
 
 

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