Frequently Asked Questions
What are the different license types for business?
Integrated Facility - no more than 5 licenses to be awarded. Each licensee may operate up to 5 dispensing sites.
Cultivator - no more than 12 licenses awarded.
Processor - no more than 4 licenses awarded.
Dispensary - no more than 4 licenses to be awarded. Each licensee may operate up to 3 dispensing sites.
Secure Transporter - no license limits.
State Testing Laboratory - no license limits.
What are the annual license fees?
The annual license fees range from $30,000-$50,000.
What are the qualifying conditions for patients to use medical cannabis?
Qualifying conditions include autism spectrum disorder, cancer related complications, chrohns disease, depression, seizure disorders, HIV/AIDS related complications, panic disorders and post traumatic stress disorder, Parkinson’s disease, persistent nausea, sickle cell anemia, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injuries, Tourette’s syndrome, or any terminal illness or condition which causes chronic pain.
Is there an age limit for patients to use medical cannabis?
Patients younger than age 19 must have a caregiver who is their parent or legal guardian.
What are the other patient qualifications?
Patients must be a state resident, be of age 19 or older, certified by a registered physician, have a qualifying condition, be registered with the commission, and have been issued a valid medical cannabis card.
What are the allowed product forms? Are there any prohibited products?
Allowed products include tablet, capsules, tinctures, oils and creams for topical use, suppositories, nebulizers, and liquids or oils for use in an inhaler. There are some prohibited products. These include raw plant material, products that could be smoked or vaped, and food products such as cookies or candies.