AZ Medical Marijuana Cards Valid for 2 Years Starting Aug 27, 2019
August 1, 2019 by erfa5t8
In June, Governor Doug Ducey signed SB1494 into law, making Arizona medical marijuana cards valid for 2 years rather of one, starting on Aug 27, 2019. Caretaker and dispensary agent cards will likewise become legitimate for 2 years.
The Arizona Department of Health Providers (ADHS) posted a notification on its site validating the Aug 27 start date, saying:
Senate Bill 1494 goes into impact August 27, 2019. As a result of this costs, candidates who send a preliminary or renewal application for a qualifying patient, designated caretaker, or nonprofit medical cannabis dispensary representative on or after August 27, 2019, that is approved by the Department, will be provided a license that stands for two years. Renewals for not-for-profit medical cannabis dispensary licenses sent on or after August 27, 2019, if authorized by the Department, will likewise be valid for two years. If you presently have a license, it will still expire on the expiration date printed on the card or license. If you submit an application before August 27, 2019, you will be issued a license that is valid for one year.
Arizonans with at least one qualifying health condition can get a medical marijuana card.
Arizona’s medical cannabis certifying conditions are: Chronic pain ( neck and back pain, arthritis, etc).
HIV. AIDS. Hepatitis C.
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS).
Agitation of Alzheimer’s illness.
A persistent or devastating disease or medical condition or the treatment for a persistent or incapacitating illness or medical condition that causes:.
Cachexia or squandering syndrome.
Seizures, consisting of those from epilepsy.
Severe or consistent muscle spasms, including those particular of numerous sclerosis.
Learn how to get an Arizona medical marijuana card here.
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