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AZ Cannabis Cards

Guv Doug Ducey signed SB1494 into law late Friday. The bill makes Arizona medical marijuana cards valid for 2 years instead of one and likewise requires Arizona dispensaries to check their marijuana for contaminants by a third-party lab. Arizona medical marijuana cards are now legitimate for 2 years, AZ Mirror reported. This will conserve patients from the $150 yearly state fee as well as a differing $60- $150 annual visit to a medical cannabis physician. Gov. Ducey’s workplace has actually not yet clarified the date this law takes effect. SB1494 states:” All registry recognition cards and registration certificates end 2 years after their date of

concern. “SB1494 likewise needs the Arizona Department of Health Providers( ADHS) to develop standards for third-party labs to check medical marijuana grown in the state for contaminates and contaminants such as mold, pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides. Compulsory screening will begin on Nov 1, 2020. Independent third-party testing labs would face a state application cost of as much as $5,000 and a renewal fee of approximately $1,000 to operate. Arizonans with at least one certifying health condition can acquire a medical marijuana card. Arizona’s certifying conditions are: Chronic discomfort( e.g. neck and back pain, arthritis, etc). Cancer. Glaucoma. HIV. AIDS. Liver Disease C. Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis( ALS ). Crohn’s disease. Agitation

of Alzheimer’s disease. A chronic or incapacitating disease or medical condition or the treatment for a persistent or devastating illness or medical condition that causes:.
Cachexia or losing syndrome. Post-traumatic stress disorder( PTSD)
. Serious queasiness. Seizures, including those from epilepsy. Extreme or persistent muscle convulsions, consisting of those characteristic of multiple sclerosis.
Contact an Arizona medical cannabis doctor to learn more about getting a medical marijuana card or renewing a card.
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