The state Senate may vote in the next day or so on major changes to Michigan’s medical marijuana law.
The bills would create a framework for licensing dispensaries and regulating edible forms of marijuana.
Critics say the legislation is too vague.
“I think it’s the equivalent of Obamacare in terms of not being vetted properly,” says Terrence Jungel, with the Michigan Sheriff’s' Association.
But supporters say the legislation has been under development for years and is not being rushed through in the final days of the Legislature’s lame-duck session.