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When does this 5052 come into affect?

Discussion in 'Washington Patients' started by ragieboyyy, Apr 14, 2015.

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    ragieboyyy

    ragieboyyy Well-Known Member

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    ch33b

    ch33b Active Member

    Not until next year.. I would advice you to support the NEW Initiative that will be announced in the coming months.. To save our rights as Medical Patients. 502 is EVIL, People made a huge mistake by voting it in... VOTE IT OUT!
     
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    ragieboyyy

    ragieboyyy Well-Known Member

    I plan on it for sure. Jus hard to hear bout here in yakima. They try an hide it from us.. but let me kno wen it happens if u could. Thanks
     
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    PurpleBuz

    PurpleBuz Well-Known Member

    pettions are circulating right now to be signed. check out https://www.facebook.com/groups/initiative1372PASSTHIS/
     
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    pnwmystery

    pnwmystery Well-Known Member

    http://www.doh.wa.gov/YouandYourFamily/Marijuana/MedicalMarijuana

    Effective April 24, 2015:
    • The department must begin work to establish the database.
    • No person under the age of 21 may participate in a collective garden or receive marijuana that is produced, processed, transported or delivered through a collective garden. A valid designated provider age 21 or older may participate in a collective garden on behalf of the patient.
    • The LCB may conduct controlled purchases from licensed retailers and collective gardens to ensure they're not providing marijuana to people under the age of 21.
    Effective July 24, 2015:
    • Post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury are added as qualifying conditions.
    • A qualifying condition must be severe enough to significantly interfere with the patient’s activities of daily living and ability to function, which can be objectively assessed and evaluated.
    • All new authorizations must be written on a form developed by the department and printed on tamper-resistant paper.
    • Patient examinations and re-examinations must be performed in person at the healthcare practitioner’s permanent business location.
    • Healthcare practitioners who write more than 30 authorizations per month must report the number to the department.
    • Healthcare practitioners cannot have a practice that consists primarily of authorizing the medical use of marijuana.
    • No more than 15 plants may be grown in a single housing unit even if multiple patients or designated providers reside there.
    • Butane extraction is prohibited unless the person is a processor licensed by the LCB.
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    Effective July 1, 2016:
    • All marijuana producers, processors and retail stores must be licensed by the LCB.
    • All marijuana and marijuana products must be tested for safety and THC/CBD levels, accurately labeled, and sold in child-resistant packaging.
    • Licensed retail stores may apply for and get a medical marijuana endorsement.
    • All authorizations must be written on a form developed by the department and printed on tamper-resistant paper. All other forms of documentation are no longer valid.
    • Patients under 18 years of age must have permission from a parent or guardian, and must participate in treatment.
    • The database becomes operational.
    • Patients and designated providers may be entered into the database by presenting their authorization to a licensed retail store with a medical marijuana endorsement.
    • Possession amounts change depending on whether the patient or designated provider is entered into the database:
      • Entered: May purchase up to three times the current limits at licensed retail store with a medical marijuana endorsement and may possess six plants and eight ounces of useable marijuana; healthcare practitioner may authorize additional plants to a maximum of 15; purchases at retail stores with a medical marijuana endorsement are not subject to sales tax; provides arrest protection.
      • Not entered: Patient or designated provider can be arrested but has an affirmative defense to criminal prosecution for possession of up to four plants and six ounces of useable marijuana; may not participate in cooperatives; purchases at retail stores limited to amounts for all adults and are subject to sales tax.
    • Up to four patients and designated providers may form a cooperative at the residence of one of the members and may grow the total authorized amount for the four members. Cooperatives must be registered with the LCB.
    • A healthcare practitioner may sell or donate to patients topical products that have less than 0.3 percent THC.
    • Collective gardens under the old law are no longer allowed. New language allows for cooperatives with specific restrictions.
    Decision from the Washington Supreme Court
    A May 2015 decision by the Washington Supreme Court has clarified that Chapter 69.51A RCW doesn't legalize the medical use of marijuana. It only provides qualified patients holding a valid recommendation and their designated providers with an affirmative defense to criminal prosecution (State of Washington v. William Michael Reis (PDF)).
     
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    ragieboyyy

    ragieboyyy Well-Known Member

    Well that ruined my day.. I have 2 cards were I grow. Me n my Moms. An in July 2015 I can only grow for 1 script.. ouchh

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    pnwmystery

    pnwmystery Well-Known Member

    Sorry to ruin your day, didn't mean to! :D

    Blame the legislature and sign I-1372 ;). I know your pain, I also grow for family who's sick and now I'm wondering what to do about my genetics. It also will seriously hamper any test grows I want to do in the future. :( Greedy state.
     
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    ragieboyyy

    ragieboyyy Well-Known Member

    I'm jus glad u informed me when u did.. I like to obey the law. Even when there bending us over.. but yes it does ruin a hole lot. But can I sign even if not a regestered voter.. (got a felony)

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    pnwmystery

    pnwmystery Well-Known Member

    Unfortunately you have to be a valid WA state voter in order for your signature to count. :(
     
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    PurpleBuz

    PurpleBuz Well-Known Member

    if you can't sign cause your ineligible, you can still donate, get your friends to sign or volunteer as a signature gatherer. If you do NOTHING, stay bent over for the state and the 502 lobbies.
     
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    ragieboyyy

    ragieboyyy Well-Known Member

    I agree. Have already had 2 people go down an am telling everyone i kno to do the same

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    pnwmystery

    pnwmystery Well-Known Member

    @ragieboyyy Looks like there's some good news.

    http://thejointblog.com/lawsuits-an...-overturn-washington-states-senate-bill-5052/

    At the very least it may give us until July 2016 like they said at first.
     
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    ragieboyyy

    ragieboyyy Well-Known Member

    That's what's up! Keep me posted please! I'm waiting tell the 1st July tell i give away or kill my "extra" 15.. i really hope it dont happen.. it's bad enough me a medical marijuana patient can't even use my meds. Cause I'm on probation for a dui . An the city I'm in don't have a "policy" to monitor my usage. they want me on pills but i refuse an jus live with my arthritis and a pinched nerve in my back .. but I grow for my mom an donate mine to a local place in town or friends that are low on meds or jus need quality meds..

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    ragieboyyy

    ragieboyyy Well-Known Member

    Any new news on this topic yet??

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    PurpleBuz

    PurpleBuz Well-Known Member

    seems like the last chance of restoring any reasonable medical patient rights is the lawyer injunction to block 5052.

    http://www.gofundme.com/saveaccesswa

    time to put your money where your mouth is !!!

    Not sure how to explain SB 5052 to your friends? Here's an informational sheet highlighting just some of the changes coming with the bill. For example, we forgot to mention that SB 5052 makes PATIENT to PATIENT delivery and exchange a felony! Together, we can help prevent our constitutional rights from being stripped!. Remember to spread the word! Doctors who authorize patients are leaving the state faster than you can say July 24th. Contact your authorization clinic or favorite access point and ask for their support in fighting further enactment of 5052. A very special thank you to all the patients at South King Holistic for showing such great support. Thank you to everyone donating on behalf of a close one without access to GoFundMe. If you would like to volunteer your time, contact us at [email protected]! [​IMG]
     
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    machinegreenkelly

    machinegreenkelly Active Member

    "No more than 15 plants may be grown in a single housing unit even if multiple patients or designated providers reside there."

    So if I own 2 separate parcels of land (next to each other) may I grow 15 on each parcel with 2 cards? Or does anyone have a link that has more detail on this particular part of 5052? Thanks.
     
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    pnwmystery

    pnwmystery Well-Known Member

    Well, under RCW 69.51a and the other clarifications afterwards, wasn't it 1 collective garden per tax parcel? But I think the other problem comes that limits are going down to 4 plants per card, so even under RCW 69.51a for residential you could have a max of 12 plants, or when they introduce the new limits of an "extraordinary circumstance" or whatever BS they've concocted where you get 6, you couldn't even utilize the full 3 scripts.
     
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    machinegreenkelly

    machinegreenkelly Active Member

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    colonuggs

    colonuggs Well-Known Member

    bho is no longer allowed in medical marijuana dispensaries


    To help deal with the mass misinformation being spread by the Seattle media and others. Here's the scoop on 'Licencing'.The 30-day 502 application period ended 12-20-2013 and new applications aren't being taken.
    The 'Medical 502 License' DOES NOT EXIST. The head of the LCB says they are trying to get the rules set up as fast as they can but it could be several months or longer BEFORE ANYONE CAN EVEN APPLY FOR IT.Therefore, every single collective in this state is as equally as 'unlicensed' as the next. Having a simple city business license is NOT the license that King Co Prosecutor Dan Satterberg was referring to. He was shutting some Collectives down for not having a license THAT DOES NOT YET EXIST. He admitted to this in the press conference.
    There! Sorry for the yelling and I hope that clears up any misinformation.
     
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    PurpleBuz

    PurpleBuz Well-Known Member


    expect dan satterberg to get law suits for shutting down early.
     

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