Mike Cox says Michigan needs to clarify law to allow medical marijuana dispensaries
Michigan's former attorney general Mike Cox said that the state needs to clarify medical marijuana laws - but he also thinks the process needs to allow dispensaries, according to a story on MLive.com.
Cox spoke Friday at Wayne State University in Detroit, where he served as the keynote speaker at a symposium on marijuana reform, according to MLive.com.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette said in June there are only two legal ways patients can get access to medical marijuana in the state. They can either grow it for themselves — 12 plants at a time — or they can get it from a registered caregiver who can grow 12 plants for each of as many as five patients.