Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel

Attorney General Dana Nessel formed a new legal workgroup that will review and make opinions on laws and regulations regarding the use of both medical and recreational marijuana.

The group aims to “avoid the years of uncertainty, lawsuits” that followed the 2008 approval of the medical marijuana initiative and recreational ballot proposal passage in 2018.

The following individuals were named to the group: Marijuana Regulation Bureau Director Andrew Brisbo, Ingham Circuit Judge James Giddings, assistant attorneys general Robyn Frankel and John Pallas, State Police Lt. Chris Hawkins, Livonia City Attorney Paul Bernier, Prosecuting Attorneys Association of Michigan President Dale Hilson, State Appellate Defender Office Director Jonathan Sacks, chair of the State Bar of Michigan marijuana law section Robert Hendricks and section member Daniel Grow, Michigan Cannabis Industry Association political director Margeaux Bruner, Marijuana Regulation Bureau legal division director Adam Sandoval, Prosecuting Attorneys Association traffic safety resource prosecutor Kenneth Stecker and lawyers Bob Baldori and Barton Morris Jr.

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