Effective June 30, 2017: A registered cardholder who has named a provider may possess up to one ounce of usable marijuana. A registered cardholder who has not named a provider may possess up to 4 mature plants, 4 seedlings, and the amount of usable marijuana allowed by the department by rule. If two or more registered cardholders share a residence and have not named providers, the cardholders may have a maximum of 8 mature plants, 8 seedlings, and the amount of usable marijuana allowed by the department by rule.
Yes. See above.
Yes. Passage of Initiative I-182 in November 2016 once again permits licensed medical marijuana providers to serve more than three patients at one time. The courts have ruled that this provision may take immediate effect.
Yes, but caregivers may provide for no more than two patients at one time (or three, if the caregiver is also a patient).
I-182, passed by voters on November 8, 2016, amends the state’s medical marijuana laws. It expands the pool of qualifying patients to include those with PTSD and no longer requires those with chronic pain to receive a recommendation from multiple physicians. It establishes licensing procedures for dispensaries and testing facilities. It authorizes caregivers to serve more than three patients at one time and allows for providers to hire employees to cultivate, dispense, and transport medical marijuana, among other changes. The law takes effect on June 30, 2017. However, specific provisions, such as those specific to the re-opening of licensed dispensary, have been ordered by the courts to take immediate effect. Read the full text of the initiative »