Michigan Medical Marijuana Cards May Cost Less For Most Patients, More For Some Poor

MICHIGAN:  Michigan medical marijuana registry cards may get cheaper for most patients but cost more for some individuals on public assistance under rule changes proposed by the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs.

The draft rules, which are under review before finalization, would establish a $60 flat fee for a two-year registration.

Fees for the medical marijuana program initially cost $100 a year, but a reduced fee of $25 was available for individuals who were enrolled in Medicaid or received supplemental Social Security benefits.

The fees, which are intended to cover operational expenses but have produced excess revenue, were essentially halved in April of 2013, when a new law took effect that made registry cards valid for two years instead of one.


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