Howell Considers Allowing Medical Marijuana Facilities

MICHIGAN:  The Howell City Council will consider a medical marijuana ordinance Monday that allows, but regulates, “provisioning” and growing centers and sets use standards for licensed caregivers operating out of residences.

It doesn’t affect home use by individual patients with state registration cards.

The council meeting will start at 7 p.m. at the Paul Bennett Recreation Center, 925 W. Grand River Ave.

Though approval isn’t guaranteed, a local attorney specializing in medical marijuana issues praised the city for tackling the subject.