Native American Reservation Becomes First in Michigan to Legalize Cannabis


The Bay Mills Indian Community in Michigan legalized recreational cannabis on Monday, making it the first Native American reservation in the state to do so. Under the ordinance passed by the Bay Mills Executive Council, the possession, use, and cultivation of marijuana for personal use by adults 21 and older are now legal on the reservation located in Chippewa County on Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.

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