Cannabusiness in Lansing, Legalization Fundraisers and New Dispensaries

. December 1, 2016.
Michigan-marijuana

Capital Conference:
An Update on Local and State Medical Marijuana Law Changes

Sunday, December 4 – Radisson Hotel, Lansing

Join the Michigan Cannabis Business Development Group in downtown Lansing for a day of networking and education. The event will focus on Michigan Medical regulations and requirements under the new state program. Search Facebook for event info.

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New Dispensary: Greenstone Society

338 S. Ashley St.

Welcome, the Greenstone Society, Ann Arbor’s newest dispensary. Situated in a converted house on Ashley, the new shop is a great addition to the local scene. Search Facebook or Weedmaps for ‘Greenstone Society’ to find their menu and specials.

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MI Legalize Fundraiser

Sunday, December 11 – Crystal Bar and Grill, Westland

The state’s leading legalization campaign, MILegalize, is having a fundraiser at Crystal in Westland. Join Michigan cannabis activists for an evening of food and entertainment while learning more about the MILegalize initiative. Head over to the MILegalize Facebook page for more info.

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Puff Puff Pass Tour Part 2 Ft. Snoop Dogg

Wednesday, December 21 – Masonic Temple, Detroit

Musician, pop culture icon and outspoken cannabis enthusiast, Snoop Dogg, is coming to Detroit on his Puff Puff Pass tour this month. Snoop is joined by Bone Thugs-n-Harmony and Warren G at the Masonic Temple for what is sure to be this month’s largest smokedown.

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Mad as a Hatter

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