Are Arizona’s Medical Marijuana Laws Unclear Regarding Caregivers?
Erik | May 30, 2013 | Comments 0
The regulations for the medical marijuana program in Arizona have apparently left the local law enforcement agencies unclear as to what defines a caregiver.
The Arizona Department of Public Health isn’t slated to begin issuing licenses for medical marijuana dispensaries until the early part of August 2013, which leaves qualified card holding patients searching for ways to obtain a supply of the substance until a dispensary officially opens for business.
The program’s rubrics state that a card holding patient can legally acquire a supply of medical marijuana from a designated caregiver, but the local law enforcement agencies are uncertain as to what defines someone as an authorized caregiver under the state’s current laws.
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