Municipalities and townships may prohibit or limit the number of cultivators, processors or dispensaries within their respective territories.
Cannot limit research at a state university, academic medical center or private research and development organization within their jurisdiction.
Township zoning commissions can regulate the location of dispensaries or keep them from being located in unincorporated areas.
Tract, lot, parcel or portion of land on which marijuana is cultivated is not land exclusively devoted to agricultural use.
Cultivators, processors, retail dispensaries and testing laboratories cannot be located within 500 feet of the boundaries of a parcel of real estate containing a school, church, public library, public playground, or public park. Requirement doesn’t apply to research institutions.