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Our After Election Response: Battle Not Over

Marijuana Results Not What We Hoped: Battle Not Over Op Ed by Scott Greenlee, President of Healthy and Productive Michigan   The advocates for legalizing recreational marijuana were successful in their effort to bring recreational marijuana to the communities of Michigan. In the spirit of good statesmanship, our committee offers congratulations to the “Vote Yes” campaign. Yet our hearts are extremely heavy for what is most likely to follow. I would like to be the first to remind those who voted Yes of the heavy responsibility that comes with this new policy. By legalizing recreational marijuana we are [...]

Our After Election Response: Battle Not Over2018-11-15T15:40:03+00:00

Voters to Decide to Legalize Adult Recreational Marijuana use in Michigan

More marijuana news for you! Read this informative article from The Sun Times on what legalizing recreational marijuana could mean for Michigan: "As far as what Michigan could learn from the experiences of California’s employers, Flores suggests (1) get educated on the law and keep informed (2) evaluate and re-evaluate the business’ policies and procedures dealing with impairment at the workplace and (3) communicate with employees and applicants of what the company policies are before and after the law legalizing adult/recreational use of marijuana becomes effective." Read more Paid for with regulated funds by Healthy and Productive Michigan P.O. [...]

Voters to Decide to Legalize Adult Recreational Marijuana use in Michigan2018-09-05T16:07:08+00:00

Vaping in 9th Grade Linked to Increase Marijuana Use

The information below is significant. Please make sure you share it with your teachers, neighbors, and families. Students in 9th grade who participate in "vaping" are 4 times more likely to start using marijuana in 11th grade. Ninth graders who use e-cigarettes and hookah are up to four times more likely to use marijuana in 11th grade, CNN reports. The findings come from a study of more than 2,500 teens from 10 public schools in Los Angeles. The study is published in Pediatrics. Click here to read more Paid for with regulated funds by Healthy and Productive Michigan P.O. Box [...]

Vaping in 9th Grade Linked to Increase Marijuana Use2018-09-01T03:42:04+00:00
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