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$20M medical marijuana facility proposed in Northern Michigan – Cannabis News

KINGSLEY, MI - An international cannabis company has plans to build a $20 million medical marijuana plant in the Northern Michigan village of Kingsley.

Officials representing TheraCann USA Benchmark, whose parent company is Calgary-based TheraCann International, recently presented its plans to Kingsley's Downtown Development Authority.

The company is proposing a 100,000 square-foot growing facility that will be located on the east end of town in the village's industrial park.

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