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What are the purchase and possession limits for Michigan adult-use cannabis retail customers?

Adults aged 21 and older may purchase no more than 2.5 ounces of cannabis or equivalent product in a single transaction, with no more than 15 grams in the form of cannabis concentrate. Adults aged 21 and up may possess up to 2.5 ounces of cannabis or equivalent product away from home, and up to 10 ounces within their home. Adults may possess up to 15 grams of cannabis concentrate at any given time

What are the purchase and possession limits for medical marijuana patients?

Medical marijuana patients in Michigan may purchase up to 2.5 ounces of cannabis or equivalent product daily. The monthly purchasing limit for patients is 10 ounces of cannabis or equivalent product.

What taxes are collected on retail cannabis in Michigan?

Medical cannabis sales in Michigan are subject to the standard state sales tax of six percent, plus an additional three percent excise tax. Recreational cannabis will be subject to a 15 percent excise tax on top of the standard sales tax.

Is consumption of cannabis allowed in Michigan dispensaries?

A marijuana establishment can apply for a license as a designated consumption site. Only dispensaries with a designated consumption site license can have smoking lounges or otherwise allow consumption of marijuana products on-site. These establishments may not serve food or alcohol.

Is delivery allowed and what are the restrictions on where medical marijuana can be delivered?

A provisioning center may offer home delivery once the facility's delivery procedures have been provided to and approved by the MRA. Orders must be received through a secure website that authenticates access by a registered qualifying patient. Medical marijuana can be delivered to the home of any registered qualifying patient, even if the patient's jurisdiction does not allow dispensaries. For more information about home delivery requirements and procedures

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