Marijuana caregivers and growers were pushed into an uneasy alliance on Thursday when Michigan's Marijuana Regulatory Agency announced a new policy. Starting immediately, provisioning centers cannot buy supplies directly from caregivers, as has been contended in the courts for several months.
The MRA stepped up quickly with a policy that caregivers can sell product to a licensed grower or to a processing facility. The grower or processor must then have the marijuana assessed at a licensed testing facility.
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