- Michigan regulators issued new rules that govern the production of recreational marijuana last week, cutting medical marijuana caregivers out of the supply chain for adult-use pot.
- Paul Samways, a Brighton, Michigan accountant who specializes in the cannabis industry, said that the move by the MRA is likely to please licensed producers of recreational cannabis eager to lose the competition from caregivers, who have lower overhead costs.
- What this is going to do is put a crimp in the supply for recreational marijuana, said Samways.
- Under the new rules, cannabis produced by caregivers that has already been transferred to the adult-use market can still be sold to recreational marijuana customers.
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