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Detroit struck with another lawsuit over ambitious recreational marijuana ordinance

Detroit’s new ordinance would put medical cannabis dispensaries out of business, lawsuit claims

By Steve Neavling

A medical cannabis company filed a lawsuit challenging Detroit’s ambitious new recreational marijuana ordinance on Wednesday, delivering the latest blow to marijuana consumers in the state's largest city. House of Dank, which operates four medical marijuana dispensaries in Detroit, takes aim at a provision in the ordinance that prevents medical facilities from getting a recreational license until 2027...

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20 Black-owned Michigan cannabis companies you should support

African Americans — one of the groups that have been harmed the most by the War on Drugs — remain underrepresented in…

By Metro Times Staff

Higher Learning Institution
    17 S. Saginaw St., Pontiac; 248-977-1574;yourhigherlearning.com
    
    Founded by Sammy Rogers, Higher Learning Institution is a cannabis vocational and technical school in Pontiac. The school offers courses on budtending, cannabis cultivation, and cannabis extraction.
    Photo via Larry Gabriel
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20 Detroit area restaurants that taste amazing when you’re high

When talking about iconic combinations, most people might start with a classic like peanut butter and jelly or popcorn and a movie.…

By Metro Times Staff

Sweetwater Tavern
    400 E. Congress St., Detroit; 313-962-2210; sweetwatertavern.net
    
    Sweetwater marinates their wings for 24 hours, giving your munchies monster a full dose of flavor.
    Photo via Google Maps
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All the beautiful stoners we saw at Hash Bash 2022 in Ann Arbor

The annual celebration of the sweet leaf, the Hash Bash and Monroe Street Fair, officially returned to Ann Arbor for the first…

By MT Staff

All the beautiful stoners we saw at Hash Bash 2022 in Ann Arbor
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