MEMBER BENEFITS

Resource Connection

The MICIA is working hard to develop partnerships and opportunities that leverage our combined buying power to benefit our members. 

CONIFER INSURANCE CO.

Insurance solutions for Michigan Cannabis Industry Association Members

Crop failure, workplace injury, product recalls and more all have the potential to impact your business’ success. That’s why we’ve partnered with Conifer Insurance Company to help our members mitigate that risk. 

MICIA members are eligible for up to a 10% discount* on insurance products offered by Conifer Insurance Company.

COMCAST BUSINESS CLASS

I'm Your Guy At Comcast!

Team up with our local contact Garrett Smith for Comcast Business class in the Mid-West. We offer our members best available pricing and customer service.  Comcast offers a no hassle free Consultation to all MiCIA members, do not hesitate to reach out directly to get the most bang for your buck!

Stashstock.

Compliance Reporting for Michigan Cannabis Industry Association Members

StashStock’s compliance software specializes in RFID technology and custom build hardware & software solutions for cultivators, processors and transporters. We offer modular solutions that work with existing software to maximize efficiency of your compliance processes.

MICIA members are eligible for a free year of reporting!

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The MICIA will work with state policymakers and association members to ensure the MMFLA is implemented in a way that adequately serves patients across the state and provides them with safe access to the medicine they need. This includes addressing product shortages as the MMFLA is fully implemented and also working with state regulators to avoid similar situations when adult use cannabis businesses become licensed.

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Develop Fair and Equitable Rules and Regulations for Adult Use Marijuana Businesses

The passage of Proposal 1 in 2018 to legalize cannabis for all Michigan adults 21 and older will require the state to promulgate rules for the licensing and regulation of these new businesses. The MICIA will work with state policymakers to ensure the application process is fair to all applicants and that the regulations protect both businesses and the public.