An act relating to rules to implement the medical marijuana law
Passed Senate. Mar 27 - Passed to Rules Committee for second reading in house.
Washington's medical marijuana law allows patients an primary caregivers to possess a "60-day supply" of marijuana, but it doesn't define what a "60-day" supply is. This law would authorize the Department of Health to establish guidelines as to what constitutes "60-day supply."
The original bill was amended in committee to require DoH to consider in it's rule-making process guidelines established by the United States Department of Health and Human Services in its administration of the federal Investigational New Drug Program (IND) for medical marijuana.