Sixty-seven medical marijuana businesses are licensed to operate in the state of Michigan.
Forty of them are provisioning centers — the retail storefront for medical marijuana.
Despite Proposal 1’s passage Nov. 6, provisioning centers can only sell marijuana to card-carrying patients.
Even with a flow of licenses from the Board — and the first licensed retail sale of medical marijuana in late October — some provisioning centers say there’s not enough product to go around.
Most provisioning centers are on the eastern side of the state, with a proliferation in Detroit and the communities immediately surrounding it.
Lacking any licensed provisioning center are Lansing, Grand Rapids