Rules & Regulations **Chapter 10-Appendix A, contains specific details on the testing requirements for Medical Cannabis by any approved State Testing Laboratories
Rules & Regulations **Chapter 3-Appendix A, contains the timeline for applications and licensing--This is assuming that all the rules/regs become final and effective on October 17, 2022.
The timeline is dated: Thursday September 1, 2022 to Monday July 10, 2023
Here you will find each chapter of regulations with 2 extras. 1. Rules & Regulations, for Cultivation, from the AL Dept of Agriculture and Industries, 2. The final copy of Administrative Rules governing physician certification & recommendation for the use of Medical Cannabis.
When we get the final copy of all R/R, we will update this section.
CHAPTER 1: General Provisions, Scope & Construction of Rules
CHAPTER 2: Regulation of Patients & Caregivers
CHAPTER 3: Applications & Licensing Requirements-General
CHAPTER 4: Licensee Requirements
CHAPTER 5: Regulation of Cultivators
CHAPTER 5: Proposed Administrative Rules Governing Medical Cannabis Cultivation--Alabama Department of Agriculture & Industries
CHAPTER 6: Regulation of Processors
CHAPTER 7: Regulation of Secure Transporters
CHAPTER 8: Regulation of Dispensaries
CHAPTER 9: Regulation of Integrated Facilities
CHAPTER 10: Regulation of State Testing Laboratories
Alabama Board of Medical Examiners Rule for Physician Certification-FINAL
On Thursday July 14, 2022 the Medical Cannabis Commission (Alabama) held a public hearing to accept comments and concerns from citizens.
Comments are still being accepted until Friday August 5, 2022. See the image for submission details.
On August 11th, the Commission will meet again with the goal of adopting the Rules and Regulations, as amended.
The final Rules and Regulations will be published on August 31. These will be the Rules/Regulations that govern the program.
How to submit comments and concerns
Alabamians 4 Medical Cannabis Freedom and Mullins & Mullins Advocacy Association are pleased to announce our Legislative Asks for the 2023 Legislative Session
You can download the PDF document HERE: file:///C:/Users/issie/Downloads/2023%20PR-Legislative%20Asks.pdf
SB160-11th Legislative Day Events:
The Senate Judiciary committee voted the Decriminalization/Expungement bill out of committee this morning. The vote was 5Y-4N. I have requested a detailed vote-
The Senate went into session today at 3pm, cst and SB160 was placed on the calendar for the next Legislative (12th) day-for debate and hopeful vote.
The Senate will convene at 9am, cst tomorrow, February 17, 2022. SB160 (Decrim/Exp) will be heard and hopefully a vote. I do not know if it is 1st or last on the calendar- I will know that when they get started calling bills. This is where we will also find out if Senator Singleton requested it to be added to the Special Order Calendar.
IF it is placed on the SOC- that calendar will take precedence over the regular calendar. We will know about 15-20 minutes into the session tomorrow.
Unfortunately, that is just the process.
*Keep the Faith--Stay the Course*
As always I will update any movement.
There was no movement on SB144-The D8 Ban- today.
Melissa Chappell Mullins
Alabama Registered Lobbyist
Autism, Epilepsy, Cannabis, Disability Rights & Special Education/Needs Activist
Wednesday, January 12, 2022On behalf of Alabamians 4 Medical Cannabis Freedom & Disability Rights, I am proud to announce our first Political Candidate Endorsement for 2022. I have attached the press release in pdf form and have copied/pasted the language here for your convenience.
January 12, 2022
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
To: All Media Outlets, Social Media Engagements
Alabamians 4 Medical Cannabis Freedom & Disability Rights is proud to announce our first Political Endorsement for 2022. State Senator Tom Whatley is an amazing legislator and representative for his constituents in the Senate district 27. He has brought about positive change in the community and never backs down from a challenge. He faces issues head on but with respect and commitment.
Senator Whatley, along with previous Senator Cam Ward, was extremely instrumental in advancing Autism Insurance reform in 2017 and has continued to fight for those affected by Autism in any legislation to date. He sees the importance of protecting Alabama farmers and showed that in 2021 by adding amendments to SB46, Alabama’s Medical Cannabis program, that would make sure they are treated fairly. Senator Whatley is also a Military Veteran. He knows and actively protects Veterans and their families.
We can not thank Senator Tom Whatley enough for all of his hard work and dedication to the people in Senate District 27. You may visit his website at https://www.tomwhatleyforsenate.com/
Lets keep Tom working for us and being our voice in Montgomery!
Alabamians 4 Medical Cannabis Freedom & Disability Rights is committed and dedicated to fighting for YOU—THE PATIENT—in Montgomery. Keep the Faith & Stay the Course!
Alabamians 4 Medical Cannabis Freedom
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