Michigan recently legalized the recreational use of cannabis and allows users to grow it in their homes. This has sparked some controversy in the small city of Bessemer, MI where residents are filing formal complaints that the overwhelming stench of cannabis is costing them the ability to be outdoors.
The city council recently voted to purchase a device called a Nasal Ranger, or field olfactometer, that sniffs out and measures the source of concentrated odors. These devices are often used to detect things such as smoke and gas leaks. However, in this case, Bessemer, MI is seeking to pinpoint cannabis users. This is a questionable act, especially since some states now avoid conducting searches based on the mere smell of cannabis because it’s considered unconstitutional.
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