Warren on hold again – Judge prohibits the city from issuing dispensary licenses


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  • A lawsuit was filed against the city of Warren
  • The judge has ordered that the city issues no permits until further notice
  • What changes may need to be made to the city’s permitting process?

Warren's Newest Licensing Hold

The City of Warren may be going back to the drawing board when it comes to marijuana dispensaries.  A judge ordered yesterday, August 28, for the city to halt their licensing process after a lawsuit was filed by an attorney representing applicant DNVK4.  The lawsuit alleges city officials violated the Michigan Open Meetings Act by holding secret meetings to interview applicants for Warren’s coveted Medical Marijuana Provisioning Center permits.

If the court finds that the City did violate the Act, this could mean the city starting over with public meetings to approve applicants or could even go as far as forcing the City to change their application process as a whole.

We’ll be following the whole story and post updates with any new information.  Join our mailing list to make sure you don’t miss an update.  The original story was posted by Macomb Daily, read their detailed article HERE.

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