A fourth person pleaded guilty on Friday in an ongoing federal investigation of bribery at the now-defunct Michigan marijuana licensing board.

Brian Pierce pleaded guilty to a conspiracy to commit bribery charge in a federal courtroom in Grand Rapids, reported local media. Pierce, along with Vincent Brown funneled $42,000 in bribes to former Michigan House Speaker Rick Johnson during Johnson's tenure as chair of the now-defunct Michigan Medical Marihuana Licensing Agency. Johnson, Brown and Oakland County businessman John …

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