I find it funny that this post is only 5 days old and the links posted above no longer go to anything. Did the state take them down? What are they following along with are online conversations and covering their tracks.I'm confused.....I was just looking over "An Act to Amend the Maine Medical Use of marijuana Act To Protect Patient Privacy" at http://www.mainelegislature.org/legi...s/HP095101.asp About 1/4 way down under
"2. Primary Caregiver"
"H. For the purpose of disposing of excess prepared marijuana, receive reasonable compensation for the transfer of marijuana to a registered dispensary or primary caregiver"
And I don’t see ANYWHERE in the “Medical Use of marijuana Program – Overview of 9/28/11 Changes” at http://www.maine.gov/dhhs/dlrs/mmm/a...m-Bulletin.pdf anything that says you can or can not sell overages to dispensary’s or other caregivers. The first one says you CAN “receive reasonable compensation” for the “transfer” of MMJ to a registered dispensary or caregiver.
Can anyone please tell me where it says flat out you can NOT sell to dispensarys or caregivers? I keep looking but I can't see anything.
Thanks in Advance!
I believe you have made the same mistake many of us have. The state still has a link to a work in progress; the law was amended after that version. Look for a pdf called Public Law 407. <edit: added tet's reply>
Since a new legislative session is about to start i'd guess that they did, in fact, update the pages to reflect the current, rather than the past, session.I find it funny that this post is only 5 days old and the links posted above no longer go to anything. Did the state take them down?
Yes. You and patient sign and retain copies of the agreement. You fill out a caregiver app for the state. Patient retains doc cert but you do not need/get a copy of that.if a patient chooses not to register with the state, do I still have them fill this out as their caregiver and just hold it?? file it?
Correct, you have agreement in case LEO wants to see it. I believe that is what I said about the doc cert..patient has it, you don't need/get a copy. Right, if there is a question it gets proven.and just hold on to it if the MDEA shows up? seems a little backwards to me. also I thought you dont need to have a copy of Dr. cert, as long as you see it? and if the time comes, prove it?