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Saturday, July 28, 2018

Highland Park and Hamtramck Opting Into State Marijuana Laws

By Richard C. Clement - Marijuana Policy Analyst - Csystems Technologies

There is an effort currently underway to allow the voting citizens of Highland Park Michigan to allow Marijuana businesses in their community.  A group of concerned citizens is circulating a petition to create an ordinance to regulate the number of businesses within the City limits.  1000 valid signatures from registered voters in Highland Park Michigan are needed to place the issue on the ballot. If enacted by a citizen vote, the ordinance will be implemented to manage the growing Marijuana industry within City limits.

City of Highland Park Michigan - Register and Vote Today!

Out of all of the candidates running for State Senate in District 2, George Cushingberry Jr is the only one who is running that has consistently supported citizen efforts by enacting legislation as a Michigan State Representative and a Detroit City Council member.  The Highland Park legislation will be nothing like the restrictive Detroit ordinance and, will voted on by the people instead of a mayor and city council by themselves with no public input.

Signatures are due by Monday July 30th, 2018 4 pm to the Highland Park MI City Clerk's office. For more information please contact Marcelus Brice at (313) 778-6282.

City of Hamtramck MI

In other news, the City of Hamtramck Michigan is currently reviewing their legislative policies for opting into state law. From the last public hearing held in early June, city leaders were very receptive to citizens opting into state law. The mayor and city council listened to their citizens speak about the benefits of the Marijuana business in helping to create jobs, and support the quality of life for citizens especially city employees, retirees, and schools.  As of this date, the City of Hamtramck is currently weighing all options.

On or before Tuesday August 7th, cast your vote for George Cushingberry Jr, State Senator the man for you in District 2 because he gets the job done!!

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