A state licensing board could decide Tuesday whether marijuana dispensaries in Michigan should get to stay open.
The Medical Marijuana Licensing Board is expected to start issuing licenses in December. In the meantime, some board members have signaled that existing dispensaries should have to close in order to qualify.
The state’s licensing department plans to speak at the meeting.
Andrew Brisbo is with the Bureau of Medical Marijuana Regulation in the state’s licensing department. He said the bureau wants to make sure patients have safe access to medical marijuana.