If they're not going to call it the "Local 420," then I don't want to be part of this world anymore.

Michigan is still working on tying up the loose ends of its recreational marijuana program, and part of the discussions is a labor peace agreement.

The executive director of the Michigan Cannabis Industry says that they are opposed to a "mandated" labor peace agreement. Under the current laws, businesses that are applying for state marijuana licenses are required to sign a labor peace agreement.

They're quick to point out, though, that this doesn't force unionization; instead, it keeps the door open for it.

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