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Tue June 4, 2013
New bill could be bad news for medical marijuana patients
State lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow suspicion-based drug testing as a condition of welfare in Michigan. People on cash assistance could lose their benefits if they test positive for an illegal substance.
As Michigan Public Radio’s Jake Neher reported, it’s not clear how the bill would affect medical marijuana patients.
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Marijuana in Michigan