Last week, the Michigan marijuana market nearly came to a total stop, due to, what’s been acknowledged as a “clerical error.”

What happened: METRC (Marijuana Enforcement, Reporting, Tracking, and Compliance), which provides cannabis regulatory technology systems and has a contract with Michigan, reported that more than 85% of the 800 marijuana-licensed businesses failed to pay a monthly service fee of $40. Allegedly, most of the businesses had no idea they were late with the payment.

The Michigan Cannabis Regulatory Agency proceeded to immediately notify them. 

"The Cannabis Regulatory Agency (CRA) has been …

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