Marijuana business survey now available in Michigan


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MICHIGAN — The Dept. of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) and the Bureau of Marijuana Regulation (BMR) are requesting that individuals who are considering applying for adult-use (recreational) marijuana establishment licenses participate in a short survey.

This survey is designed to help BMR determine the potential number of applicants for certain adult-use (recreational) marijuana license types. This will help the bureau ensure it has adequate staff to process applications within the 90-day statutory time-frame.

The survey is now available. BMR is requesting that individuals who are interested in participating complete the survey by April 30, 2019.

The survey can be found at or can be accessed via mobile device by scanning this QR code:

Any questions should be directed to the Bureau of Marijuana Regulation at 517-284-8599 or

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