Michigan, like other states, is at a kind of crossroads when it comes to marijuana policy.
The drug is still illegal at the federal level. But public opinion is changing. More than 60 percent of Americans now favor legalizing weed.
And this November, Michiganders will vote on whether or not to allow recreational marijuana use.
So what does all this mean for the state's economy, health care, or criminal justice system?
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