Michigan college students can learn about marijuana in classrooms and labs, they just can’t touch it
The Michigan Marijuana Regulatory Agency (MRA), as well as market insiders and universities, want students to learn about marijuana chemistry and horticulture so they can join and improve the state’s legal $2 billion industry, but the federal government remains in the way.
Marijuana is legal in Michigan, as well as 30-plus other states (at least for medical use), yet the federal government still classifies it as a banned and illegal schedule 1 substance. Since universities accept federal money, they’re hesitant to implement courses, degrees or certificates focused on marijuana.
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