The Grand Haven City Council passed an ordinance this week allowing home-based medical marijuana caregivers to operate in the Michigan city.
The decision follows an initial moratorium issued back in February, reports Steve Patterson at WZZM. Registered caregivers now have the right to grow and distribute marijuana from their homes.
Caregivers who grow marijuana must work from home as licensed home businesses, according to the ordinance. They may not open storefront dispensaries like those in California and Colorado.
Also, caregivers can only operate from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m., with never more than two patients in the same home. The home businesses must be at least 1,000 feet away from the nearest school.