Connecticut’s Regulations for Medical Marijuana
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Permanent Rules Related to the Colorado Retail Marijuana Code.
San Francisco’s Medical Cannabis Dispensary (MCD) Regulations for Preparation of Edible Cannabis Products.
Alaska’s Measure 2 Legalizing Recreational Marijuana
Nevada’s Policy on Cannabinoid and Terpenoid Testing
105 CMR 725: Massachusett’s Implementation of an Act for the Humanitarian Medical Use of Marijuana
Ending Federal Marijuana Prohibition Act of 2015, a bill introduced by Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., on Nov. 4, 2015.
California’s Cannabis Control and Taxation Act submitted by George Mull to the Office of the Attorney General on Nov. 2, 2015.
California’s Control, Regulate, and Tax Adult Use of Marijuana Act submitted by Michael Sutton to the Office of the Attorney General on Nov. 2, 2015.
Oct. 15, 2015, order dismissing Medponics’ complaint with prejudice.
The Peggy A. Kelley Wyoming Cannabis Act of 2016
Nevada’s Adopted Regulations, dated April 1, 2014.
Nevada’s Senate Bill 374
Nevada’s Ballot Question 9
Oregon’s HB3400: The Local Option
Text of Ohio’s Issue 3, as finalized by the Ohio Ballot Board and the Secretary of State’s Office on Aug. 18, 2015.
The July 2015 Awesomepova Social Media Traction Report on user apps in the cannabis space by Kristina Osipova.
The August 2015 Awesomepova Social Media Traction Report on user apps in the cannabis space by Kristina Osipova.
“Marijuana & Ohio: Past, Present, Potential” is a research-based public policy review and discussion presented by the Marijuana Policies of Ohio Taskforce.
Blue Ribbon Commission’s Pathways Report: Policy Options for Regulating Marijuana in California.
Oregon’s SB 460: Early sales of recreational marijuana to begin October 1, 2015.
Letter dated July 30, 2015, sent from Rep. Dana Rohrabacher and Rep. Sam Farr to Michael Horowitz, Inspector General at the Department of Justice, regarding the Kettle Falls Five.
Arizona Medical Marijuana Initiative, also known as Proposition 203.
This public relations document discusses details regarding the BlazeNow app.
OMMP STATISTICAL SNAPSHOT JULY 2015
New Frontier’s CannaBit for the week of July 6, 2015: Dramatic Increase for Support in Marijuana Legalization (1973-2014).
Marijuana Store Survey and Industry Outlook Q2 2015
A Study of Quantitative Lamp Spectra
Applicants for New York’s medical marijuana program, released by New York Department of Health on June 9, 2015.
Measure 91 Compared to I502 and Amendment 64
Arizona Medical Marijuana Presentation, March 2013
EPA Cannabis Pesticide Letter to Colorado Department of Agriculture
Judge Elizabeth Martin’s Ruling on Havsy Case
Havsy vs. Washington Department of Health
MassRoots Investment Thesis by Douglas Leighton, Dutchess Capital.
Oregon’s Measure 91
Dosing Cannabis Accurately Using a Vaporizer by Michael Kahn and Scott Churchill, MCR Labs.
Canada’s Medical Cannabis Report Card: Spring 2015
This one-page April 2015 report from the California Department of Health Medical Marijuana Program of California details the number of California Medical Marijuana Identification Cards issued by county in each fiscal year, from 2004-5 through 2014-5. The 2014-5 data is based on cards issued through March 2015. The report also shows a total for all the counties put together, for each fiscal year, and a total for each county for all fiscal years put together.
This one-page April 2015 report from the California Department of Health Medical Marijuana Program of California details key numbers and information for the program, such as the number of ID cards issued, ID card fees and the names of the counties that have implemented the program. The program began in May 2005 with 3 pilot counties and expanded statewide in August 2005.
This 2013 report from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife Habitat Conservation Branch examines the natural resource impacts of marijuana cultivation, such as water diversion, the release of pollutants, the lack of stream protection areas (and therefore wildlife protection), and the conversion/fragmentation of land. Preliminary results indicate that it is highly likely that marijuana cultivation in the four study watersheds has significant negative effects on watershed health and sensitive aquatic species.
This report from the Michigan Bureau of Health Care Services contains background information about the program as well as: the number of applications filed for registry identification cards; the number of qualifying patients and primary caregivers approved in each county; the nature of the debilitating medical conditions of the qualifying patients; the number of registry identification cards revoked; the number of physicians providing written certifications for qualifying patients.
This extensive 2014 document from the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment examines the potential health effects of marijuana by looking at survey data to establish use patterns, evaluating research on the health effects of marijuana usage and making public health recommendations based on this information.
This proposal from the Oregon Liquor Control Commission outlines a comprehensive plan for the implementation of a recreational marijuana program, based on information from Colorado and Washington, including one-time startup costs and how the commission would cover those costs. The marijuana-related programs would be integrated with alcohol-related programs to minimize organizational inefficiencies. The revenue from marijuana sales is expected to exceed the implementation costs.
This end of year report provides an update to the 2014 Annual Medical Marijuana Report from the Arizona Department of Health Services and the University of Arizona Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, and it is a condensed version, containing tables, charts and maps of the data. The end of year report provides information on qualifying patients, designated caregivers, and dispensary agents from January 1, 2014, to December 31, 2014. In addition, the report contains medical marijuana transaction data for the same time period.
This 2014 report from the Arizona Department of Health Services and the University of Arizona Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health provides an overview of the state’s medical marijuana program, which went into effect in 2011. It includes key statistics for the year 2014, such as the number of cardholders, the number of physicians providing certifications to patients, and the number of dispensaries and cultivation sites.
This document from the Oregon Health Authority provides statistical information for Oregon’s Medical Marijuana Program, such as counts of patients, caregivers, growers, and growsites.
This document provides an update on the District of Columbia’s Medical Marijuana Program, including: the names of operational and non-operational cultivation centers, and operational and non-operational dispensaries; the number of patient and caregiver registrations, and the male/female breakdown; and a patient breakdown by ward.
This 2015 document from the Oregon Health Authority provides statistics on Oregon’s medical marijuana program, including patients, caregivers, growers and grow sites. It also includes numbers of physicians associated with the program and the medical conditions that medical marijuana is being used to treat. There is a chart that shows a growing number of applications for the program from 2011 to 2015 and notes the legislative measures regarding medical marijuana that were passed during that time.
House Bill 14-1366 directed the State Licensing Authority to promulgate rules by January 1, 2016, requiring that edible retail marijuana products be clearly identifiable. To assist in this process, the bill directed the State Licensing Authority to convene a multi-stakeholder group to make recommendations and give input for the forthcoming rules. This report contains the findings of the working group. It contains 15 recommendations and 44 sub-recommendations.