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On this page you will find the most current Michigan hemp law along with a history of how Michigan hemp bills have progressed through the State capitol over the years.  We also provide links to important information concerning Michigan hemp programs and state agency advisories or opinion letters. Our goal is to keep the public, media and policy makers informed on each states status concerning hemp law and policy.

 

Michigan Hemp Law & Legislation

2014
HB 5439

Agriculture; other; industrial hemp; authorize research. Introduced by Representative Kevin Daley on 3/27/2014. Referred to Committee on Agriculture on 3/27/2014. Passed House on 5/22/14. Passed unanimously in Senate Agriculture Committee on 12/3/14. Referred to the Senate as a whole on 12/9/14.

Position: Support
Status: Signed by Governor Snyder on 1/15/2015
Download the text of HB 5439 as Introduced here (PDF file 40k).

HB 5440

Controlled substances; marihuana; definition of “marihuana”; revise to exclude industrial hemp grown or cultivated for research. Introduced by Representative Peter Pettalia on 3/27/2014.

Position: Support
Status: Signed by Governor Snyder on 1/15/2015
Download the text of HB 5440 as Introduced here (PDF file 28k).

2010
HB 6480

Agriculture; products; regulations and oversight for growing and processing industrial hemp; establish. Introduced by Representative LaMar Lemmons on 9/22/2010. Referred to Committee on Agriculture on 9/22/2010.
Download the text of HB 6480 as Introduced here (PDF file 40k).

HB 6479

Agriculture; products; committee to study the uses of industrial hemp; create. Introduced by Representative LaMar Lemmons on 9/22/10. Referred to Committee on Agriculture on 9/22/10.
Download the text of HB 6479 as Introduced here (PDF file 28k).

HR 314

A resolution to memorialize Congress and the administration to recognize industrial hemp as a valuable agricultural commodity and to take certain steps to remove barriers in order to encourage the commercial production of this crop. Introduced by Representative LaMar Lemmons on 7/28/10. Referred to Committee on Commerce on 7/28/10.
Download the text of HR 314 as Introduced here (PDF file 20k).