Local officials are beginning to decide if they want medical marijuana businesses in their communities before the state starts giving out licenses next year.
More than half of the medical marijuana users in Michigan have driven under the influence of the drug, creating a potential for car crashes, according to a new study from the University of Michigan.
The study, which surveyed 790 of the state’s medical marijuana patients, revealed that:
- 56 percent reported driving within two hours of using marijuana.
- 51 percent aid they drove while a “little high.”
- 21 percent reported