A judge on Thursday issued an injunction preventing Michigan from closing 98 medical marijuana facilities as planned on Sept. 15.

The ruling by Michigan Court of Claims Judge Stephen Borrello orders the state to extend the deadline to Dec. 15 for all MMJ businesses temporarily operating under emergency rules, according to The Detroit News.

Earlier this week, the state issued emergency rules that extended a Sept. 15 deadline to receive a new state license by three months for 108 existing MMJ businesses that had submitted Step 2 of their applications by June 15.

But the state ordered another 98…

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