MICHIGAN VOTE NO MARIJUANA, NO ON BLOWING UP HOMES
Michigan “homes are blowing up from ‘blasting’ marijuana, a risky business,” warned former judge Brian MacKenzie last year. In Battle Creek, on July 22, 2018, a massive fire displaced more than 60 people in a four-story apartment building. The explosion started in a marijuana lab. Since the Michigan ballot would allow 12 plants per residence — more than any state — it offers an invitation to hide drug labs in the home or apartment. Could your family or neighborhood be next?
Another butane hash oil fire erupted in Battle Creek earlier this year, seriously injuring the young man who started the fire. Firemen find butane hash oil fires far more dangerous than ordinary house fires because of their heat and explosiveness.
Of all the states in the eastern half of the country, Michigan is the only one where marijuana lab explosions occur regularly, sometimes resulting in death. The drug labs, also called butane hash oil (BHO) labs provide a way to make a stronger, more potent product and to undercut the price of dispensary marijuana. People who are addicted often go for “wax,” “dabs” or “shatter” to get their fix. Michigan had two explosions in one weekend of January 2018
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