Medical marijuana definition

Medical marijuana means marijuana that is grown, processed, dispensed, tested, possessed, or used for a medical purpose.
Medical marijuana means “marijuana” used for a “medical use” as those terms are defined in A.R.S. Section 36-2801.
Medical marijuana means marijuana or marijuana products that are for sale solely to a

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Medical marijuana requires a state red card, which can only be obtained by Colorado residents with a recommendation from a doctor that a patient suffers from a debilitating medical condition that may benefit from medical marijuana.

In its first full year of sales, from July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2016, Washington state collected $62 millionin marijuana excise taxes, $10 million in state sales taxes, $1.3 million in state B&O taxes, and $3.6 million in local sales taxes on $157 million on retail sales.27 (Medical marijuana generated another $7 million in sales tax revenue, but this revenue is expected to decline due to medical marijuana law changes.) Excise tax collection estimates for FY 2016 are $134 million.

Medical marijuana had been legal in the state since the passage of Initiative 692 in 1998, and that industry had been a “Wild West” with effectively no state licensing requirements, production standards, agricultural or health regulations, or taxation beyond the regular sales tax.

Medical marijuana treatment centers/dispensaries are allowed through site plan approval and a special permit from the Planning Board in the Industrial A and Industrial C zoning district.

Medical marijuana laws are associated with increases in substance use treatment admissions by pregnant women.


More Definitions of Medical marijuana

Medical marijuana means marijuana that is grown and sold pursuant to the Medical Code and includes seeds and Immature Plants.
Medical marijuana means marijuana that is grown and sold pursuant to the Medical Code and includes seeds and Immature Plants. Unless the context otherwise requires, Medical Marijuana Concentrate is considered Medical Marijuana and is included in the term “Medical Marijuana” as used in these rules.
Medical marijuana means marijuana acquired, possessed, cultivated, manufactured, delivered, transported, supplied, sold, or dispensed to a person who qualifies as a patient with a debilitating medical condition(s) under Article XVIII, Section 14, of the Colorado Constitution, and which person holds a validregistry identification card” issued by the State of Colorado pursuant to Colorado Constitution, Article XVIII, Section 14.
Medical marijuana means a cannabis product with a delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) concentration greater than 0.3 percent.
Medical marijuana means marijuana that is grown, sold or otherwise used for a purpose authorized by Article XVIII, Section 14 of the Colorado Constitution or the CMMC.
Medical marijuana or "Medical cannabis" means marijuana authorized in strict compliance with Health and Safety Code Sections 11362.5, 11362.7 et seq., as such sections may be amended from time to time.
Medical marijuana means "marijuana" used for a "medical use" as those terms are defined in A.R.S. Section 36-2801.