I am so angry that Michigan has created a monopoly on 8mile. The elite, licensed dispensaries, whatever they call themselves, were price gouging and I had to go to three open ones because the first two (closer to my house) were EMPTY. I had to drive 20 minutes further for a more expensive smaller amount. I got the impression there is a monopoly on licensed suppliers too. Someone needs to start a Class action law suit. They should have extended the "emergency rules" until there was enough competition in the "8 mile Economy" to establish true market prices. Instead, the price gougers (from Colorado) swoop in with all the money in the world and experienced employees and lawyers. Of course they can get licensed more easily that a beginning Michigan entrepreneur. This ban is only benefiting a few "home-grown" Detroiters. If any. I thought I was never going to work again and applied for SSI. After I started with medical marihuana, I was able to get a job and keep it to this day. I don't make very much money but the change is incredible. Now that I can't have my low dose gummies by Detroit companies (especially Motor City Canabites), I'm afraid I'm going to lose my job. If I have to call-in constantly because I'm without, I won't last and then I REALLY won't be able afford anything.