Michigan Strips Out “Labor Peace Agreements” From Its Cannabis Industry

By Alyson Martin


When crafting permanent rules for the state’s cannabis industry, Michigan regulators proposed a requirement that all state-legal cannabis businesses enter into “labor peace agreements,” in which a business agrees to allow a union to organize its shop. But that language, and several other rules, has been stripped from the final version, which is expected to go into effect this week. 

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