Category Archives: Legislation

Marijuana Law Update: Recreational Use in Michigan on the Ballot for November

Just to provide an update on recent happenings in the marijuana field (pun intended): Ballot Measure The language and signatures have been certified, and have gone without challenge.  The citizens of Michigan will get the opportunity to decide if marijuana … Continue reading

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Marijuana Law Update: Washington Extends Legislation that Prohibits the Spending of U.S. Tax Dollars on Enforcement against Medical Marijuana Use, and Vermont Legalizes Recreational Use

The recent budget negotiations to reopen the government included an extension of the Rohrabacher-Blumenauer Amendment, which prohibits federal tax dollars from being spent to enforce federal prohibition in states where medical marijuana is legal.  While this extension only lasts until … Continue reading

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MICHIGAN LEGISLATURE AMENDS SECTION 67 OF THE CONDOMINIUM ACT – “BIG DEVELOPER” WINS BIG, WHILE “AVERAGE JOE CO-OWNER” IS LEFT HOLDING THE BAG (AGAIN)

By: Gregory J. Fioritto On June 22, 2016, Governor Snyder signed Senate Bill No. 610 into law, amending Section 67 of the Michigan Condominium Act. The Michigan Legislature had a prime opportunity to effect real change in the law to … Continue reading

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LISTEN TO THE PODCAST OF ZDF ATTORNEY PAUL C. SCHULTZ’S RADIO INTERVIEW WITH HOST GENE SULLIVAN ON “THE PATRIOT” AM 1280 IN MINNEAPOLIS REGARDING HOUSE BILL 5655 AND ITS POTENTIAL ADVERSE IMPACT ON MICHIGAN CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATIONS!

On May 27, 2016, Gene Sullivan, host of the “Where You Live” radio program broadcast in Minneapolis on AM 1280 (“The Patriot”), interviewed our very own Paul C. Schultz regarding   Michigan House Bill 5655 and the serious adverse impact that … Continue reading

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