Medical businesses will now pay relative to how big the operation is
Michigan’s 252 medical marijuana businesses are about to see significant changes in their annual licensing fees.
State regulators are planning to implement a new fee structure Oct. 1 which cuts costs for most businesses but slightly raises them for others.
The main change: medical marijuana businesses will pay licensing fees relative to how big their operation is, in a tiered structure similar to the new recreational marijuana business fees introduced last month.
“We want to make the fees reasonably related to the size of the operation, so businesses are paying an equitable share,” said Marijuana Regulatory Agency Director Andrew Brisbo.
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