Arizona Currently Has 6 Cannabis Costs Filed for the 2020 Legal Session

January 13, 2020 by erfa5t8

Arizona Cannabis Law

 Arizona Cannabis Law Arizona currently has 6 medical marijuana-related costs filed by lawmakers to kick-off the state’s 2020 legislative session.

Of the costs, these are the ones that would straight affect Arizona medical marijuana clients:

HB 2178

This costs would permit the state to expunge and remove the records of those apprehended for cannabis possession. HB 2178, in part, checks out:” The court will expunge the record of an individual’s arrest, conviction and sentence for having marijuana in violation of area 13-3405, subsection A, paragraph 1. An individual whose record is expunged shall be dealt with in all respects as if the individual was never ever apprehended, founded guilty or sentenced.”

” Within one year after the efficient date of this section, all police in the state and the clerk of the court in each county will determine and damage all records in the entity’s belongings or control that belong to a person’s arrest, conviction and sentence for having marijuana in offense of section 13-3405, subsection A, paragraph 1.”

HB 2049

HB 2049 would include Opiod Use Disorder and Autism Spectrum Condition( ASD) to Arizona’s list of qualify conditions for medical marijuana

. Two years back, Arizonans attempted to add ASD as a certifying condition, however the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) denied the petition due to lack of proof that cannabis supplies restorative advantages for ASD. Nevertheless, earlier this year, a study discovered that marijuana can assist kids with ASD.

SB 1015

This expense would ban federally-banned pesticides from being used to cultivate cannabis in Arizona. SB 1015, in part, checks out:” … just pesticide products that are exempt from federal policy under the minimum risk exemption regulations in 40 code of federal guidelines area 152.25( f) may be utilized in cultivating marijuana for medical usage.”


This costs would include electronic smoking gadgets, such as vaporizers, to the Smoke-Free Arizona Act, which would ban vaporizers from indoor usage, just like cigarettes. HB 2173, in part, says that it would manage: “… any gadget that might be used to deliver an aerosolized or vaporized substance to the person who breathes in from the gadget, including an e-cigarette, e-cigar, e-pipe, vape pen or e-hookah.”

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