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Sec. 26 -
Establishes a medical cannabis preservation plan, to ensure against supply
shortages of medical marijuana products, which shall be approved or denied
at the commissioner's discretion.
Sec. 70 -
Any qualifying patient who is eighteen years of age or
older may cultivate up to three mature cannabis plants and
three immature cannabis plants in the patient's primary
residence at any given time, provided such plants are secure
from access by any individual other than the patient or
patient's caregiver and no more than twelve cannabis plants
may be grown per household.
Chapter 420f -
Palliative Use of Marijuana
Sec. 21a-408a. Qualifying patient not subject to arrest, prosecution
or certain other penalties. Requirements. Exceptions.
Sec. 21a-408b. Primary caregiver not subject to arrest, prosecution
or certain other penalties. Requirements. Exceptions. Prohibition re
dispensing marijuana in smokable, inhalable or vaporizable form.
Sec. 21a-408c. Physician or advanced practice registered nurse
issuance of written certification. Requirements. Not subject to arrest,
prosecution or certain other penalties.
Sec. 21a-408d. Qualifying patient and primary caregiver to register
with Department of Consumer Protection. Change in information. Fee.
Selection of dispensary. Prohibition re dispensing marijuana in
smokable, inhalable or vaporizable form. Confidentiality of registry information.
Sec. 21a-408e. Person not subject to arrest or prosecution solely
for being in presence or vicinity of palliative use of marijuana.
Sec. 21a-408g. Fradulent representation to law enforcement official
re palliative use of marijuana or written certification. Penalty.
Sec. 21a-408p. Treatment of student, tenant or employee due to
status as qualifying patient or primary caregiver.
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