The Lansing region and Michigan as a whole have a growing number of marijuana patients and caregivers with state-issued cards. Expect 2018 to be an eventful year for a growing industry that could generate billions of dollars for the state. Eric Lacy / Lansing State Journal
The universal symbol is what will have to appear on most medical marijuana products that are sold in Michigan to warn people that the product being sold contains THC, the psychoactive ingredient in cannabis that allows people to get high.(Photo: Dept. of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs)
LANSING — A judge has denied the city’s motion to dismiss a lawsuit from a group challenging Lansing’s medical marijuana ordinance.
Ingham County Circuit Court Judge James Jamo submitted an order last week that rejected most of the city’s arguments in response to a campaign called Let Lansing Vote.
The group sued the city in November 2017, alleging City Clerk Chris Swope had improperly invalidated a petition containing signatures needed to suspend the marijuana ordinance.