Hundreds of cannabis brands defend caregivers in Michigan
Updated: Dec 30, 2021
Activists and caregivers quickly cried foul over the plans to ramp up restrictions, claiming that any changes would only throw a wrench into longtime patient-caregiver relationships and steer up to 72,000 medical marijuana patients away from their caregivers and into licensed shops.
The controversial proposal also triggered some activists to boycott several popular pot brands affiliated with the MCMA — including Skymint and High Life Farms in Lansing. Pleasantrees was also on that boycott list until its CEO and founder Randy Buchman resigned from the group.