The city government of Plymouth has an unusually hard-line stance on cannabis. They don't even allow residents with legitimate medical issues to purchase their medicine within the city limits:
Supervisor Kurt Heise said medical marijuana patients already have access to it in communities such as Ann Arbor that allow it.
“Our residents can get to Ann Arbor in 20 minutes,” he said.
But Matthew Abel, attorney for Cannabis Counsel of Detroit, fired back: “Are you really going to make people drive to Ann Arbor to get medical marijuana? I don‘t think this is appropriate.”
That's our own Matt Abel standing up for patient rights in Pontiac. Doesn't seem right to ask people who are already sick to drive further. What's the point? What is the city of Plymouth preventing?