Michigan: Judge allows three closed down cannabis retail outlets to reopen

M.Live reports on this back and forth story…

MENOMINEE, MI — A judge is allowing three marijuana shops in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula to reopen after shutting them down 10 days ago.

“The judge suspended the temporary restraining order,” said Cannabis Attorneys of Michigan lawyer Denise Policella, who represents the Nirvana Center marijuana store in Menominee. “We have been cleared to open and will be opening Tuesday (Nov. 14). We have a hearing Wednesday morning and will continue to abide by the court’s orders and direction of the city.”

Two other shops in Menominee that were temporarily closed, Lume Cannabis and Higher Love, reopened Monday, as well, according to their business social media accounts.

“It feels good to be back, Menominee,” was posted to Higher Love’s Facebook page Monday evening. “We’re not wasting a minute, our drive-thru is up and running until 9 p.m. tonight. We’ve got some big things coming and we can’t wait. What’s that saying … the comeback is always greater than the setback.”


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