caregivers en Holland adopts home-based business model for regulating medical marijuana <p>New regulations for medical marijuana will go into effect later this month in the City of Holland. Holland city council <a href="">adopted the local regulations </a>last night.</p><p>Caregivers will need to register as a home based-business.</p><p>However, caregivers won&rsquo;t be allowed to operate within a thousand feet of a school, public park or pool. That provision passed by a very small margin because it makes most of the city off limits for cultivating medical marijuana.&nbsp;</p> Thu, 02 Jun 2011 13:24:36 +0000 Lindsey Smith 2717 at Holland adopts home-based business model for regulating medical marijuana Wyoming to consider medical marijuana ban Monday <p>A Grand Rapids suburb will <a href="">consider a ban</a> on the <a href=";objectName=mcl-Initiated-Law-1-of-2008">state&rsquo;s new medical marijuana law </a>Monday night. Their decision comes days after the <a href="">ACLU announced</a> they&rsquo;re taking three Detroit suburbs to court over similar bans.</p><p>Wyoming City Council will consider medical marijuana regulations that are similar to rules passed by Livonia, Bloomfield Hills and Birmingham. Those cities are being sued by the ACLU on behalf of a medical marijuana patient with multiple sclerosis.</p><p>Attorney and medical marijuana patient John Ter Beek lives in Wyoming. He is also considering legal action if city council adopts the rules. He has been in talks with the ACLU about taking up his case. Officials with the ACLU confirm that but say it&rsquo;s too soon to say if they will.</p><p>Wyoming&rsquo;s City Council unanimously favored an early version of the ban last month. They have safety concerns when it comes to distributing medical marijuana. Under the new rules, the city would follow federal law over state laws about marijuana. Mayor Jack Poll says he expects final approval despite pending court cases. Sun, 05 Dec 2010 22:06:17 +0000 Lindsey Smith 464 at Wyoming to consider medical marijuana ban Monday