Medical Marijuana In Minnesota: Details Of The Bill | Kstp Tv – Minneapolis And St. Paul

NOTE: The Commissioner of Health will register a designated caregiver for a patient if the patients health care provider certifies that the patient is unable to self-administer medication. STEP 2: After receipt of a patients application, the Commissioner of Health will enroll the patient in the registry program and issue a registry verification. Applications will be denied only under specific circumstances, such as an applicant providing false information or an applicant lacking certification that he or she has one of the qualifying medical conditions. STEP 3: Minnesotans issued a registry verification will be eligible to receive medical cannabis for their condition at one of the distribution facilities set up by the states medical cannabis manufacturers. STEP 4: As part of their certification and participation in the program, patients must agree to continue treatment for their condition and their health care provider must agree to provide ongoing reports about the patients health status/condition. HOW WILL THE MEDICAL CANNABIS BE PROVIDED? The medical cannabis provided to patients in the registry program will come from two in-state manufacturers licensed and inspected by the state. To become registered manufacturers of medical cannabis, entities must apply to the Commissioner of Health for consideration. The Commissioner will consider multiple factors in assessing manufacturer applications including fees to be charged.
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