Ann Arbor, Michigan passes medical marijuana proposal


Proposal C will waive fines for medical marijuana patients and their caregivers who receive the recommendation of a physician or other qualified health professional to use marijuana for medical treatment.

The proposal also changes the current law in Ann Arbor to lower the fine for the third and all subsequent marijuana offenses for non medical users to $100. These fines include possession, control, use, giving away or selling of marijuana.

Although medical marijuana users would avoid fines under the law, the police are not required to return any marijuana that they may seize from patients.

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