Berrien County Michigan things to know about recreational marijuana laws

Updated: Sep 1


Berrien County Michigan has added helpful information on the new recreational marijuana laws as of 2018.

  • You must be over 21 to use and possess marijuana.

  • Adults may possess and transport up to 2.5 ounces of marijuana at any time.

  • Adults may keep up to 10 ounces at home; amounts higher than 2.5 ounces must be locked away.

  • Adults may grow up to 12 marijuana plants at home.

  • Don’t use marijuana in public (including schools, parks, sidewalks, etc.).

  • No marijuana product can be sold without a license from Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA).

  • Do not operate vehicles or other machinery under the influence of marijuana.

  • If you have marijuana products in your car, keep them out of sight.

  • Don’t drive high.

  • Talk to your employer, landlord, and/or probation officer about parameters around using or growing marijuana.

Remember that the Federal Government still lists Cannabis/ Marijuana as illegal. Do not use marijuana on any federal land or property such as public universities, reservations, public housing or post offices to name a few. Remember that transporting Cannabis/ Marijuana across state lines is illegal.

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