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A variety kinds of marijuana samples sits on the table for licensed costumers on Friday, September 11, 2015, at 420 Dank, a medical dispensary, in Detroit. Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan wants a new city ordinance in place by the end of October to regulate the rapidly proliferating medical-marijuana dispensaries in the city after hearing there were two operating drive-through stores.(Photo: Detroit Free Press)Buy Photo
The group behind two Detroit voter-approved medical marijuana initiatives is weighing its options — including a possible appeal — after a Wayne County Circuit Court judge last Friday overturned one of the measures that sought to relax local control this year.
But Citizens for Sensible Cannabis Reform spokesman Jonathan Barlow said Monday that no official decision has been made yet.
“Currently, we are examining all options before moving forward with any course of action,” Barlow said. “However, we are disappointed in that the city refuses to have dialogue with us in order to help minorities in the industry.”
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The overturned initiative, placed on the November ballot as Proposal B, specified in which zoning districts medical marijuana-related facilities could be located within Detroit. It would have allowed provisioning centers and processors in all business and industrial districts, including downtown and Midtown.
Chief Judge Robert Colombo Jr. also partially overturned the zoning portion of a separate medical marijuana initiative, Proposal A, whicht had sought to allow dispensaries to open within 500 feet of another dispensary;