Medical Marijuana Law Changes Go Into Effect

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LANSING, Mich. – Significant changes to Michigan’s medical marijuana laws kick in Monday.

According to, doctors must now complete face-to-face medical evaluations with medical marijuana patients, review their relevant medical records, and assess their medical condition and history. Doctors will also have to follow-up with patients after providing the certification.

The new laws will also extend the one-year registry cards to two years.

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  • medic

    It is a nice suggestion from examiner that doctors should have to complete the medical evaluations with marijuana patients. Their records, their condition and their medical history would properly checked and reviewed by the doctor.

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