Update On Ohio Medical Marijuana Patient And Caregiver Registry

OHIO: The Board of Pharmacy is responsible for creating the state’s medical marijuana patient and caregiver registry. The registry is key to a patient-centered and safe program. The patient and caregiver registry is developed and tested.

Update from the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program

Update from the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program

The affirmative defense was established in House Bill 523, legislation that created the state’s medical marijuana program. Once the patient and caregiver registry is open, the affirmative defense will expire after sixty days. The Board is committed to launching the patient and caregiver registry no earlier than sixty days before dispensaries have product available for patients and caregivers.

Information about the patient and caregiver registry will be updated on the program website as it is available. Updates can be found here.

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  1. says

    Hi.Can someone in the system contact me and bring me up to date regarding when my medical marijuana card,when I will receive it and also any further info that might be pertinent,I know the State has been trying to get the program up and running,but keep getting delayed.Please contact me as soon as you can on the subject.Thank you.

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