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In June 2013 the New Hampshire Legislature passed House Bill 573, relative to the use of cannabis for therapeutic purposes. Governor Maggie Hassan signed HB 573 (RSA 126-X) into law effective July 23, 2013. RSA 126-X creates an exemption in state law from criminal penalties for the therapeutic use of cannabis provided that its use is in compliance with RSA 126-X. The NH Legislature placed the responsibility for administering the program within the NH Department of Health and Human [...]
The Nevada Medical Marijuana Program is a state registry program within the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services, Nevada State Health Division. Our role is to administer the provisions of the Medical Use of Marijuana law as approved by the Nevada Legislature and adopted on 2001. For more information regarding the Nevada Administrative Code, Medical Use Of Marijuana, FAQs, and more please visit site.
New Jersey Medicinal Marijuana Program The Department of Health and Senior Services is committed to the effective implementation of the New Jersey Compassionate Use Medical Marijuana Act to make medicinal marijuana available as soon as possible, while ensuring the integrity of the program. The Patient and Caregiver Registration for the New Jersey Medicinal Marijuana Program (MMP) is open effective August 8, 2012. For more information on New Jersey Medicinal Marijuana Program visit the site.
New Mexico Department of Health Program Application Forms Page Patient, Caregiver, Non-Profit Producer forms all available at site.
Application Instructions, New Applications, Renewal Applications, Legal Advice on Oregon Medical Marijuana Program Additional Application information for the Oregon medical marijuana registry is available online or by writing.
Washington State Medical Marijuana Law, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), and More additional information for patients and dispensaries listed on site.
Washington Initiative 502 (I-502) "on marijuana reform" was an initiative to the Washington State Legislature, which appeared on the November 2012 general ballot, passing by a margin of approximately 56 to 44 percent. Originally submitted to the Washington Secretary of State during the summer of 2011, enough signatures were collected and submitted by December to meet the required 241,153 signatures, sending it to the legislature. When the legislature adjourned without action in April, Initiative 502 automatically advanced to the [...]
The Department of Health's Medical Marijuana Program administers the provisions of the state's Medical Marijuana Act and related Regulations.
Vermont allows patients to obtain a registry ID card if their doctor recommends marijuana for the treatment of a debilitating medical condition. With this ID a patient can legally use and cultivate marijuana for medicinal purposes. A patient can also designate a primary caregiver for assistance. More information about Eligible Conditions, Legal, & Application Process can be found on the Americans for Safe Access site.