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is upon us and we all have a fresh new start. All of us are blessed with the same 365 days to become, experience and accomplish great and amazing things. As we all turn a new blank page and enter a new chapter in life, bear in mind, nothing is already written. You are the author of your own story. Make it great. There will be fresh questions to be asked and embraced. New answers will be discovered and in turn, breathed in this transformative year of optimism and self-discovery. Our great nation is going through an unprecedented transformation and we are all at the helm of this evolutionary charge. We still need to remain responsible and lead by example. Collectively, we to continue to dispel any negative connotation and destigmatize the notion of what cannabis users use to be. All eyes are on us. Now is not the time for complacency. Remember, only dreams give birth to change. Don't just consume - create.

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NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS WORDS BY: PATRICK TAYLOR PRESIDENT, CALIFORNIA SMOKE FREE ORGANIZATION

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he Vapor Game Plan 2018 was held by the Vapor Technology Association this December in Chicago. Focused on State Strategy and Retail, the VTA had a tremendous list of influential owners, leading advocates, and elected representatives who shared their views on where the vapor industry stands today, and where it is going. Make no mistake about it, many eyes are on our industry, including those of elected officials. The choices we make in the months to come will determine our future.

Many industry leaders show a willingness to preemptively engage with these issues, marketing products responsibly and packaging them appropriately.

There is much to be hopeful for, and much work to be done. One key point that was repeated many times throughout the event was the idea that all politics are local. Namely, policies are often implemented at the local, or municipal level before being applied broadly across an entire state. One critical issue is beginning to emerge at the state level: flavor bans. In California, these have already been introduced in several cities/ counties in NorCal – San Francisco, Berkeley, Los Gatos, Palo Alto, Santa Clara County, Contra Costa County and Oakland. These measures were adopted as a way to curtail the widespread use of menthol cigarettes, and as vapor products are currently governed under tobacco deeming regulations – they are included in the ban. As we have recently seen by legislature introduced in New York, it is only a matter of time before these local bans become state, or possibly even federal, bans. • Industry professionals should take note that according to the Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking

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(ANPRM), the FDA is focused on: • The role of flavors in youth attraction and adult cessation • Product standards – ie battery safety and child exposure to liquid nictoine. Many industry leaders show a willingness to preemptively engage with these issues, marketing products responsibly and packaging them appropriately. Unfortunately, the actions (or inaction) of bad actors is always the easiest point out. In 2018, the CSFO believes the actions of the industry leaders in our state will set the tone for the future of our industry. By continuing to engage with elected officials, by welcoming smaller companies as well as retailers into the organization, we intend to keep the vapor industry strong in California for years to come.


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s we enter the new year, 2018 is already shaping up as a dangerous period for vaping. While FDA has provided a four-year extension to file applications for approval of vapor products, it could easily be considered four more yards of rope for the industry to hang itself with.

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Unfortunately, the industry’s reaction thus far has been to continue business as usual without significant engagement on legislative issues. Four more years comes at the cost of increased state and local activity from anti-vaping opponents. These are the types of battles that will wear us down fast, having the effect of a “death by a thousand cuts”. The flavor bans spreading throughout Northern California in the latter third of 2017 have already kicked off this direct attack at local levels. Thanks to the efforts that included a wider coalition of other retailers, stakeholders, tobacco companies, and the harm reduction arguments made by Not Blowing Smoke, not all of these flavor bans saw the light of day. Some were amended to include either exemptions for tobacco retail license holders or limited to certain distances from schools and playgrounds. But make no mistake, attempts to ban vapor products

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outright (the effect of a flavor ban) will extend nationwide in 2018. In June 2018, the Let’s Be Real San Francisco referendum will be on the ballot and voters in the city will decide whether the city should prohibit the sales of flavored tobacco products, including all vapor products and menthol cigarettes. Flavor bans tend to focus on menthol cigarettes while quietly including vapor products. To our opponents, this is a “social justice” issue in which they engage in identity politics, pitting various minorities against each other, to further their policy goals, conveniently ignoring that minority groups tend to smoke at higher rates and are often underserved by both quit smoking services and the vapor products industry. The ultimate goal of creating a patchwork of incompatible local ordinances is to press for state legislation banning flavors everywhere. That is a very serious threat and one that if acted upon, will wipe out the vapor products industry of any state with a stroke of a Governor’s pen. Similarly, FDA recently put out an advance notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPRM) in which they are addressing the potential regulation of flavors.

Late last year, these bans spread to Southern California and we expect that many more municipalities will be introducing similar ordinances. The Public Health Law Center, a nonprofit which provides guidance and model legislation to many tobacco control organizations, has already communicated that Clearway in Minnesota is adopting the California playbook to start moving on flavor bans. Current indications also show that several other west coast states will be seeing local flavor bans pop up.

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2018 is not the year to let our guard down. When asked to meet with local officials to address bad legislation, take the time to do so. When asked to get your customers involved, put in the effort. We may not be able to win every local battle but delaying their attempts at killing the industry before the FDA gets its chance to do so is still a viable strategy while several other efforts are ongoing to try and preserve as much as we can.

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will come out on top. Although more

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recreational users will continue to use

whether or not the black market will be able to undercut the legal industry and continue to win customers due to their lower prices. For example, in California it is predicted that 29% of current their black market supplier in an attempt to avoid the hefty 15% sales tax which

see considerable investment is agricultural

to packaging, to add value for those who

will be applied in legal dispensaries from

are becoming ever more exciting

technology, in the hope of boosting yield.

are new to marijuana use and who want to

January. With more states choosing to

know more about using a safe dose.

legalize the recreational use of cannabis,

legalize its use over the next few months,

EXTRACTIONS AND MANUFACTURING

there is a promising future ahead for those

As we enter the new year, the cannabis

With more states seriously debating the

increase illicit cannabis sales across those

working in cannabis-related businesses, with

extraction and manufacturing industry

prospect of legalized marijuana in 2018,

states where legalization has not yet

many more opportunities for entrepreneurs

is looking towards a bright future. With

the likelihood is that we will see ever

been passed. Already, there has been

in this burgeoning field.

recent studies showing more jobs are likely

increasing numbers of dispensaries popping

evidence that growers in legal states are

to be created in the marijuana industry

up around cities and towns around the

finding increasingly inventive ways to

than in traditional manufacturing by 2020,

country throughout the course of the year.

get their product across state borders,

One of the areas that is likely to see change

we're well on our way towards cannabis

By the end of 2018, it is probable that

and this is likely to become more of a

and progress is the cultivation of marijuana,

manufacturing businesses leading the way

more people than ever before will have

problem as the year goes on. On the

with a greater emphasis likely to be placed

when it comes to potential employment.

convenient access to cannabis products,

other hand, those who do not already

on developing new strains that are specially

When it comes to manufacturing, it is likely

and for those who are unable or unwilling

have an established black market dealer,

designed to tackle specific conditions. As

that there will be a dramatic increase in

to actually go out to a bricks and mortar

those who are brand new to cannabis

more states move towards legalization of

the breadth of marijuana products available

store, there will be increasing numbers of

use and those who want to benefit from

medicinal marijuana, there will be increased

in all of the legalized states, with hints

online dispensaries promising an enormous

legalized medicinal marijuana with a

demand for a higher growth yield and more

that celebrity endorsed brands may be in

range of products delivered direct to the

doctor's prescription, will be content to

opportunities as well as profit for those

place by the end of the year. Personalized

buyer's door. It is suspected that as increasing

use the legal dispensaries available to

who are involved in the cultivation side of

branding of pre-packaged flower is also

numbers of dispensary licenses are approved,

them. For example, it has been predicted

the industry, and that's before taking into

likely to become more prominent through

dispensaries may begin to offer a broader

that over 60% of legal cannabis sales in

account the opening up of California's huge

2018, with unbranded flower well and truly

spectrum of experiences for customers

California for 2018 will be for recreational

recreational market. It is likely that the

becoming a thing of the past. Extraction and

including the offering of retreats, therapeutic

users, pointing towards overall success

state's existing cultivators will be working to

manufacturing companies will be forming

cinics and wellness centers to cater for the

for the legal market, albeit with some

capacity, with sales being predicted to rise

transparent partnerships with producers and

needs of a wider audience. Arkansas is likely

opportunities for black market sellers to

to over $14 billion. Since marijuana will still

will be building and maintaining the public's

to see its first sales begin in 2018's first

make a profit.

remain illegal at the Federal level in 2018,

trust through the recognition of distributors

quarter while Pennsylvania and Ohio are also

additional large company involvement in

and growers. It is highly likely that quality

scheduled to start open dispensaries during

Whatever may happen, it is a fairly safe

the cultivation industry is still somewhat

will also continue to improve as we go into

next year, with Louisiana predicted to open

bet that 2018 will see the cannabis

limited, with small businesses still being

2018, with a higher demand from consumers

“pharmacies� by the summer.

industry in the USA go from strength

likely to take the lion's share of the market,

for new and better products. This means

however external investment is increasing

that manufacturers will have to up their

WHO WILL THRIVE?

all the time. 2017 saw investments in retail

game and pull out all the stops to keep their

The big question that those both inside the

and cultivation increase threefold to $718

standards up in order to remain competitive

marijuana industry and outside of it are

million, so 2018 is likely to be a record year

in the marketplace. Part of their success is

asking about the future of cannabis in 2018 is

in this field. Another area which is set to

likely to be adding educational information

whether the legal market or the black market

a number of states looking set to

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legal dispensaries, the jury is still out on

s we move forward into 2018, times within the marijuana industry. With

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states that ever before are opening up

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and even more allowing medical users to legally use the drug, this is likely to

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CBD Medix is a CBD Oil brand with a mission to bring pain relief, anxiety management, and all other benefits CBD Oil has to offer straight to the public for a reasonable price. Their oils are made from high-quality hemp using techniques that ensure a consistent, predictable experience with each use. All of our oils are full spectrum which means users receive a variety of healthful cannabinoids in addition to CBD. We strongly believe hemp holds the key to healthcare. Discoveries are being made on a daily basis to support this idea. Life is short, but it doesn’t have to be. SHOP: WWW.CBDMEDIX.COM

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llllLOVE is a Los Angeles-based cannabis collective with an emphasis on pre filled medicated vape cartridges, edibles designed for human and pet consumption along with cannabis-infused cosmetics. All of their lineup is manufactured in-house using the highest quality ingredients. Don’t sleep on this brand. You know what they say, “Everything made with love, feels and tastes better” It’s all llllLOVE. SHOP: WWW.LLLLLOVE.COM

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The Zuga Mod from Ohmz Industries is crafted from carefully selected exotic stabilized Australian Burlwood. Originality is key in today's day and age and stabilized wood will ensure that no two will ever be the same. If one-off pieces aren't enough for you, perhaps their attention to detail is. All the face plates and buttons are CNC machined, meticulously polished and hand assembled. As far as the internals go, they are powered by the powerful VO chipset that enables precise temperature control and reliability which is important whether you vape e-liquids or wax. That said, if you're looking to stand out in a sea of vape monotony, look no further than the Zuga Mod. You're welcome. SHOP: WWW.OHMZINDUSTRIES.COM

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DVSNXII (pronounced Division 12) is a lifestyle brand originating from Los Angeles, California. DVSNXII is deeply focused on culture, fashion, media, music and technology. Their passion resides in bringing to the masses unique tastes and flavors from cultures around the world to your palate. Their current line of flavors are inspired by nostalgic Japanese beverages and treats. Arigato. SHOP: WWW.DVSNXII.COM

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The artisans at The Studio Brand have focused their efforts on the development of flavors that embody everything one could possibly desire in an e‑liquid with the feel and satisfaction of an analog. The Studio Brand offers light, medium and bold tobacco inspired flavors that are perfectly balanced with hints of delicious flavor. You’ll be amazed! SHOP: WWW.THESTUDIOBRAND.COM

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t the moment, there are 29 states, 1 federal district and 2 territories (Guam and Puerto Rico) of the United States that have legalized medical marijuana. Of those states and districts, Alaska, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Nevada, Oregon, Washington

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“When it comes to medical marijuana, some polls and surveys show that up to 83% of Americans support its use and the implementation of a medical marijuana

program (MMP).”

the situation we have today, where medical marijuana is legal across more than half of the United States, but cannabis remains a schedule I drug. On the plus side, though, the concept and science of medical marijuana is becoming more-and-more acceptable throughout the US. This means that getting a hold of a medical marijuana card and recommendation letter has become easier than ever, especially with telehealth. Doctor Frank is able to provide medical marijuana cards for qualifying patients in California and Nevada, but thanks to telemedicine, we can possibly recommend you a MMJ card by putting you in touch with a qualified doctor in New York, Puerto Rico, Connecticut, Maine and Montana. You needn’t have a prior relationship with a doctor in order to qualify for a medical marijuana card, and you can get a recommendation via telemedicine in these states as well.

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So, how does one get a medical marijuana card in these states? Well, it’s quite simple actually. All you have to do is go to doctorfrank.com and …

and the District of Columbia have both legalized recreational and medical cannabis laws. Of the 29 states that have legalized medical marijuana, many will only allow “non-psychoactive” forms of cannabis and cannabinoid-based preparations to be used. Alabama, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming are such states.

• Register with your email and enter the waiting room.

When it comes to medical marijuana, some polls and surveys show that up to 83% of Americans support its use and the implementation of a medical marijuana program (MMP). This has undoubtedly lead to

Once you have your recommendation letter, you ought to be able to visit a medical marijuana dispensary straight away. As for when the medical marijuana card will reach you, this will depend from state-to-state, but in California it ought

• Be seen by a physician within a few minutes. • Should you qualify, you will receive your medical marijuana recommendation letter in your inbox immediately. A hard copy of the recommendation letter will be sent to your address in 2-3 days.

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QUALIFYING CONDITIONS

must first be established between patient and physician in-person.

COST $150 for new applicants. $75 for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program participants.

HOW OLD DO I HAVE TO BE TO APPLY FOR A MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD? 18 years old or over. Caregivers must be 18 years old or over.

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET MY MMJ CARD? 7 - 14 days.

POSSESSION LIMIT (MEDICAL MARIJUANA PATIENTS) © Madical Marijuana Colorado

2.5 ounces

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to come with your recommendation letter should you have requested one. In other states, this might take a bit more time.

COST

As for which conditions can get you qualified for a medical marijuana card, again this differs between states. However, there are some conditions that can get you a medical marijuana card in every state. Cancer/side-effects of cancer treatment, glaucoma and HIV/AIDS seem to be qualifying conditions in every state, but Alzheimer’s disease, gastrointestinal disorders (Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, irritable bowel syndrome), severe/chronic pain and/ or nausea, multiple sclerosis (MS) and cachexia/wasting syndrome are common qualifying conditions in many states as well. Epilepsy and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are also becoming qualifying conditions in an increasing number of states.

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Now, without further ado, here’s a guide to getting a medical marijuana card state-by-state, without going too much into the legal nitty-gritty …

Alaska TELEHEALTH/IN-PERSON Telehealth/telemedicine available. However, relationship must first be established between patient and physician in-person.

$25 for new applications. $20 for renewal.

21 years old or over. Caregivers must be 21 years old or over.

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QUALIFYING CONDITIONS • Cancer • Glaucoma • HIV/AIDS • Hepatitis C • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, aka Lou Gehrig’s disease) • Crohn’s disease • Alzheimer’s disease • Cachexia/wasting syndrome • Severe and chronic pain • Seizures, such as those arising from epilepsy • Severe and persistent muscle spasms, such as those caused by multiple sclerosis (MS) • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

5 - 35 days

POSSESSION LIMIT (MEDICAL MARIJUANA PATIENTS) 4 ounces

TELEHEALTH/IN-PERSON

• Cancer • Glaucoma • HIV/AIDS • Any disease or treatment that causes one or more of the following: cachexia; chronic or severe pain; severe nausea; seizures (e.g. epilepsy); persistent muscle spasms (e.g. multiple sclerosis). • The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services may add other conditions at any other time.

In-person only.

Arizona TELEHEALTH/IN-PERSON

California TELEHEALTH/IN-PERSON Telehealth/telemedicine available. Doctor Frank is licensed to practice in California (as well as Nevada), and so can recommend qualifying patients with a medical marijuana card. No prior relationship with a physician is required in order to qualify for medical marijuana in California.

COST

Arkansas

QUALIFYING CONDITIONS

• Alzheimer’s disease • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, aka Lou Gehrig’s disease) • Arthritis (severe) • Cancer • Crohn’s disease • Fibromyalgia • Glaucoma • Hepatitis C • HIV/AIDS • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) • Tourette’s syndrome • Ulcerative colitis • Cachexia/wasting syndrome • Peripheral neuropathy • Intractable pain that doesn’t respond to any other treatment • Severe nausea • Conditions that cause seizures, e.g. epilepsy • Conditions that cause severe or persistent muscle spasms, e.g. multiple sclerosis (MS)

$49 for recommendation. $59 for recommendation and medical marijuana card. $129 for rec, mmj card and grower’s license (up to 99 plants).

COST

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$50

18 years old or over. Caregivers must be 18 years old or over.

HOW OLD DO I HAVE TO BE TO APPLY FOR A MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD?

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET MY MMJ CARD? 2 - 3 days

18 years old or over. Caregivers must be 18 years old or over.

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET MY MMJ CARD? 7 - 30 days

POSSESSION LIMIT (MEDICAL MARIJUANA PATIENTS)

POSSESSION LIMIT (MEDICAL MARIJUANA PATIENTS) Possession limits are not specified. Technically, a doctor can recommend as much as is needed for a person’s condition. However, it is still best to be careful and not carry too much wherever possible.

2.5 ounces

Telehealth/telemedicine available. However, relationship

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QUALIFYING CONDITIONS

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• Anorexia • Anxiety • Arthritis • Cachexia • Cancer • Chemotherapy Side-Effects • Chronic Pain • Depression • Fibromyalgia • HIV/AIDS • Irritable Bowel Diseases (IBDs, such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and Coeliac Disease) • Glaucoma • Migraine • Persistent Muscle Spasms and Muscle Cramps arising from Conditions such as Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Parkinson’s Disease (PD) and Alzheimer’s Disease. • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) • Radiation Therapy Side-Effects • Severe Nausea • Seizures and conditions that cause seizures (e.g. Epilepsy) • Any chronic or persistent condition/symptom limits the ability for the sufferer to conduct one or more major life activities (e.g. eating, movement).

Telehealth/telemedicine available. However, relationship must first be established between patient and physician in-person.

COST $15

HOW OLD DO I HAVE TO BE TO APPLY FOR A MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD? 18 years old or over. Caregivers must be 18 years old or over.

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET MY MMJ CARD? 7 - 35 days

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• Cancer • Glaucoma • HIV/AIDS • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

TELEHEALTH/IN-PERSON Telehealth/telemedicine available. Physical meeting not necessary.

COST $100

HOW OLD DO I HAVE TO BE TO APPLY FOR A MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD? 18 years old or over. Caregivers must be 18 years old or over.

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET MY MMJ CARD? 7 - 31 days

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TELEHEALTH/IN-PERSON

QUALIFYING CONDITIONS

Connecticut

1 month’s supply of cannabis, to be determined by physician’s recommendations.

Colorado

2 ounces

• Cachexia • Severe pain • Severe nausea • Seizures, such as those caused by epilepsy • Persistent muscle spasms, such as those caused by multiple sclerosis (MS)

• Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) aka Lou Gehrig’s Disease • Cachexia • Cancer • Cerebral Palsy • Complex Regional Pain Syndrome • Crohn’s Disease • Cystic Fibrosis • Epilepsy • Glaucoma • HIV/AIDS • Intractable Spasticity • Irreversible Spinal Cord Injury • Multiple Sclerosis (MS) • Parkinson’s Disease • Post-surgical back pain • Post-Laminectomy Syndrome • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) • Severe Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis • Sickle Cell Disease • Terminal Illness requiring End-of-Life Care • Ulcerative Colitis • Uncontrolled Intractable Seizure Disorder

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Delaware TELEHEALTH/IN-PERSON Telehealth/telemedicine available. However, relationship must first be established between patient and physician in-person.

HOW OLD DO I HAVE TO BE TO APPLY FOR A MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD?

COST

POSSESSION LIMIT (MEDICAL MARIJUANA PATIENTS)

Between $20 and $50. However, Florida patients may need to renew their recommendation every 45 days, meaning costs can be from $160 to $400 annually.

2.5 ounces

POSSESSION LIMIT (MEDICAL MARIJUANA PATIENTS)

7 - 35 days; usually around 14 days.

COST

QUALIFYING CONDITIONS

$125

• Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, aka Lou Gehrig’s disease) • Cancer • Crohn’s disease • Epilepsy and conditions that cause seizures • Glaucoma • HIV/AIDS • Multiple sclerosis (MS) • Parkinson’s disease • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) • Chronic, nonmalignant pain • A terminal condition or illness, with a diagnosis of 12 months or less to live. • Any condition severe enough to merit recommendation of medical marijuana by a physician

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET MY MMJ CARD?

POSSESSION LIMIT (MEDICAL MARIJUANA PATIENTS) 6 ounces

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No limits are specified. However, any cannabis sold in Florida must be at least 10% CBD and a maximum of 0.8% THC, with the exception of terminally ill patients who have a recommendation from their physician stating they may need a higher THC strain or product.

18 years old or over. Caregivers must be 18 years old or over.

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30 - 90 days, although people are trying to shorten this long waiting period.

• Cancer • HIV/AIDS • Decompensated cirrhosis (often a side-effect of Hepatitis C) • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, aka Lou Gehrig’s disease) • Crohn’s disease • Alzheimer’s disease • Autism • Cachexia or wasting syndrome • Severe or debilitating pain • Severe nausea • Conditions that cause seizures • Severe and persistent muscle spasms, such as those caused by multiple sclerosis (MS) • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) • Terminal illness

18 years old or over. Caregivers must be 18 years old or over.

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET MY MMJ CARD? 14 - 30 days

QUALIFYING CONDITIONS • Cancer • Epilepsy • Glaucoma • HIV/AIDS • Multiple sclerosis (MS) • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) • Rheumatoid arthritis • Spinal cord injuries • Any conditions that cause intractable spasticity • Any patient admitted into hospice care • Any condition “for which the qualified patient's practitioner has determined that the use of medical cannabis may provide relief”

Hawaii TELEHEALTH/IN-PERSON Telehealth/telemedicine available. However, relationship must first be established between patient and physician in-person.

COST $35

POSSESSION LIMIT (MEDICAL MARIJUANA PATIENTS) 4 ounces. If the patient has a caregiver, 4 ounces is the maximum amount that can be possessed jointly.

QUALIFYING CONDITIONS • Cancer • Severe autism • Chronic and/or severe pain • Rheumatoid arthritis • Multiple sclerosis (MS), or any condition that causes severe and persistent muscle spasms • Lupus • Crohn’s disease • Cachexia or wasting syndrome • Severe nausea • Seizures, such as those caused by epilepsy • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Guam TELEHEALTH/IN-PERSON In-person only. Patient must have a bona-fide relationship with doctor.

Florida

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TELEHEALTH/IN-PERSON Telemedicine to recommend cannabis is prohibited in Florida. Physician must complete an in-person physical examination.

HOW OLD DO I HAVE TO BE TO APPLY FOR A MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD? 18 years old or over. Caregivers must be 18 years old or over.

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$15. $100 for primary caregivers.

18 years-old. Caregivers must also be 21 years-old. Younger patients may be able to get a medical marijuana card under the advice of a physician.

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET MY MMJ CARD? Around 1 month. Could potentially be longer. Guam legalized medical marijuana in 2014, but a Cannabis Commission has not been properly set up. This means getting a MMJ card might take some time in Guam.

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• Lupus • Interstitial cystitis • Myasthenia gravis • Hydrocephalus • Nail-patella syndrome • Residual limb pain • Autism • Peripheral neuropathy • Terminal illness • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Maryland TELEHEALTH/IN-PERSON Telehealth/telemedicine available. However, relationship must first be established between patient and physician in-person.

COST $50

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Maine

18 years old or over. Caregivers must be 21 years old or over.

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TELEHEALTH/IN-PERSON Telehealth/telemedicine available. However, relationship must first be established between patient and physician in-person.

HOW OLD DO I HAVE TO BE TO APPLY FOR A MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD? 18 years old or over. Caregivers must be 18 years old or over.

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET MY MMJ CARD? Up to 45 days.

COST $100 for new patients. $50 for veterans or those enrolled in a federal Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program.

POSSESSION LIMIT (MEDICAL MARIJUANA PATIENTS) 2.5 ounces over a 14-day period.

QUALIFYING CONDITIONS • Cancer • HIV/AIDS • Hepatitis C

• Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, aka Lou Gehrig’s disease) • Crohn’s disease • Alzheimer’s disease • Cachexia or wasting syndrome • Muscular dystrophy • Fibromyalgia • Spinal cord disease (including arachnoiditis) • Tarlov cysts • Hydromyelia syringomyelia • Rheumatoid arthritis • Fibrous dysplasia • Spinal cord injury • Traumatic brain injury (TBI) and post-concussion syndrome • Multiple sclerosis • Arnold-Chiari malformation and syringomyelia • Spinocerebellar ataxia (SCA) • Parkinson’s disease • Tourette’s syndrome • Myoclonus • Dystonia • Reflex sympathetic dystrophy • Complex regional pain syndromes types I and II (CRPS I/ CRPS II) • Neurofibromatosis • Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy • Sjogren’s syndrome

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30-day supply, to be determined by physician’s recommendation.

QUALIFYING CONDITIONS

3 - 21 days

Illinois

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POSSESSION LIMIT (MEDICAL MARIJUANA PATIENTS)

18 years old or over. Caregivers must be 21 years old or over.

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Telehealth/telemedicine available. Patient does not have to see physician in-person.

COST Medical marijuana cards do not have an application fee in Maine, although you will still have to pay a fee for the doctor’s time!

POSSESSION LIMIT (MEDICAL MARIJUANA PATIENTS) 2.5 ounces

QUALIFYING CONDITIONS • Cancer • HIV/AIDS • Glaucoma • Hepatitis C • Crohn’s disease • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis • Nail-patella syndrome • Irritable Bowel Diseases (IBDs) • Alzheimer’s disease • Cachexia/wasting syndrome • Severe nausea • Severe and persistent muscle spasms, e.g. those arising from conditions such as multiple sclerosis (MS) or Parkinson’s disease • Epilepsy • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

• Cancer • Glaucoma • HIV/AIDS • Hepatitis C • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, aka Lou Gehrig’s disease) • Crohn’s disease • Parkinson’s disease • Multiple sclerosis • Any condition where medical marijuana may be helpful, as determined by a physician

Massachusetts TELEHEALTH/IN-PERSON Telehealth/telemedicine available. However, relationship must first be established between patient and physician in-person.

COST $50

HOW OLD DO I HAVE TO BE TO APPLY FOR A MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD? 18 years old or over. Caregivers must be 21 years old or over.

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7 - 14 days, although some will say to give it up to 30 days.

POSSESSION LIMIT (MEDICAL MARIJUANA PATIENTS) 10 ounces over a 2 month period.

QUALIFYING CONDITIONS • Cancer • Glaucoma • HIV/AIDS • Hepatitis C • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) • Crohn’s disease • Parkinson’ disease • Multiple sclerosis (MS) • Any other condition serious enough for the physician examining you and for which he/she will recommend medical marijuana

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• Cachexia/wasting syndrome • Severe or chronic pain • Severe nausea • Seizures, such as those arising from epilepsy • Multiple sclerosis (MS) • Any other condition determined by your doctor and those considering your application to be acceptable for medical marijuana use

Minnesota TELEHEALTH/IN-PERSON Telehealth/telemedicine available. However, relationship must first be established between patient and physician in-person.

HOW OLD DO I HAVE TO BE TO APPLY FOR A MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD? 18 years old or over. Caregivers must be 21 years old or over.

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET MY MMJ CARD?

TELEHEALTH/IN-PERSON Telehealth/telemedicine available. However, relationship must first be established between patient and physician in-person.

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COST

Telehealth/telemedicine available. However, relationship must first be established between patient and physician in-person.

$200 annually. For those on Social Security disability, Supplemental Security Insurance or who are enrolled onto MinnesotaCare, the fee is $50.

POSSESSION LIMIT (MEDICAL MARIJUANA PATIENTS)

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET MY MMJ CARD?

30-day supply, to be determined by physician’s recommendation. Smokeable preparations prohibited.

QUALIFYING CONDITIONS

COST $60

POSSESSION LIMIT (MEDICAL MARIJUANA PATIENTS) 2.5 ounces

QUALIFYING CONDITIONS • Cancer • Glaucoma • HIV/AIDS • Hepatitis C • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) • Crohn’s disease • Parkinson’s disease • Alzheimer’s disease • Nail patella

Montana

14 - 30 days

18 years old or over. Caregivers must be 21 years old or over.

14 - 30 days

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• Cancer, associated with severe or chronic pain, nausea or severe vomiting, or cachexia or severe wasting syndrome • Glaucoma • HIV/AIDS • Tourette's syndrome • ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) or Lou Gehrig's Disease • Seizures, including those characteristic of Epilepsy • Severe and persistent muscle spasms • Multiple sclerosis • Crohn’s disease • Terminal illness with a life expectancy of less than one year. • Severe or chronic pain • Nausea or severe vomiting • Cachexia/severe wasting • Intractable pain, effective August 2016.

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activities as documented by the patient's treating physician and by: - objective proof of the cause of the pain - second opinion from independent Doctor • Intractable nausea or vomiting • Epilepsy or an intractable seizure disorder • Multiple sclerosis • Crohn’s disease • Painful peripheral neuropathy • A central nervous system disorder

$75

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Nevada

18 years old or over. Caregivers must be 21 years old or over.

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET MY MMJ CARD?

TELEHEALTH/IN-PERSON Telehealth/telemedicine available. Patient does not have to see physician in-person.

7 - 30 days

POSSESSION LIMIT (MEDICAL MARIJUANA PATIENTS) A registered cardholder who has named a provider may possess up to 1 ounce of usable marijuana. If the cardholder has not named a provider may possess up to 4 mature plants, 4 seedlings and the amount of usable marijuana allowed by the department by rule.

HOW OLD DO I HAVE TO BE TO APPLY FOR A MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD? 18 years old or over. Caregivers must be 18 years old or over.

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET MY MMJ CARD? 5 - 14 days.

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COST

• Cancer • Glaucoma • Positive status for human immunodeficiency virus • HIV/AIDS • Cachexia or wasting syndrome • Severe chronic pain significantly interferes with daily

$25 for application and $75 for the medical marijuana card.

POSSESSION LIMIT (MEDICAL MARIJUANA PATIENTS) 2.5 ounces and/or a maximum allowable quantity of edibles or marijuana-infused products, as established by regulation of the Division.

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• Hepatitis C (currently receiving antiviral treatment) • HIV/AIDS • Lupus • Moderate to severe vomiting • Multiple Sclerosis • Muscular Dystrophy • Nausea • Parkinson's disease • Persistent muscle spasms • Seizures • Severe pain (that has not responded to previously prescribed medication) • Spinal cord injury or disease • Traumatic brain injury (TBI) • Wasting syndrome

• Multiple Sclerosis • Muscular Dystrophy • Nausea • Parkinson's disease • Persistent muscle spasms • Seizures • Severe pain (that has not responded to previously prescribed medication) • Spinal cord injury or disease • Traumatic brain injury (TBI) • Wasting syndrome

New Jersey TELEHEALTH/IN-PERSON

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Telehealth/telemedicine available. However, relationship must first be established between patient and physician in-person.

TELEHEALTH/IN-PERSON Telehealth/telemedicine available. However, relationship must first be established between patient and physician in-person.

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QUALIFYING CONDITIONS

18 years old or over. Caregivers must be 18 years old or over.

• HIV/AIDS • Cancer • PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) • Glaucoma • Any medical condition or treatment to a medical condition that produces: • Cachexia • Persistent muscle spasms or seizures • Severe nausea or chronic pain

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET MY MMJ CARD? Up to 30 days, although some have waited longer.

COST $50

POSSESSION LIMIT (MEDICAL MARIJUANA PATIENTS) 2 ounces

QUALIFYING CONDITIONS

New Hampshire TELEHEALTH/IN-PERSON Telehealth/telemedicine available. However, relationship must first be established between patient and physician in-person.

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• ALS • Alzheimer's disease • Cachexia • Cancer • Chemotherapy induced anorexia • Chronic pancreatitis • Crohn's disease • Elevated intraocular pressure • Epilepsy • Glaucoma

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HOW OLD DO I HAVE TO BE TO APPLY FOR A MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD? 18 years old or over. Caregivers must be 18 years old or over.

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18 years old or over. Caregivers must be 18 years old or over.

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COST

Up to 30 days, although some have waited longer.

$200. However, those on state assistance programs may be able to get a reduced fee of $20.

COST

POSSESSION LIMIT (MEDICAL MARIJUANA PATIENTS)

$50

POSSESSION LIMIT (MEDICAL MARIJUANA PATIENTS) 2 ounces

QUALIFYING CONDITIONS • ALS • Alzheimer's disease • Cachexia • Cancer • Chemotherapy induced anorexia • Chronic pancreatitis • Crohn's disease • Elevated intraocular pressure • Epilepsy • Glaucoma • Hepatitis C (currently receiving antiviral treatment) • HIV/AIDS • Lupus • Moderate to severe vomiting

2 ounces per month.

QUALIFYING CONDITIONS • Seizure disorders such as epilepsy or skeletal muscular spasticity • Glaucoma • HIV/AIDS • Cancer • Severe nausea or vomiting, cachexia, wasting syndromes and so on from chemotherapy or radiotherapy • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Lou Gehrig’s disease) • Multiple sclerosis (MS) • Muscular dystrophy • Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) • Crohn’s disease • Terminal illnesses where the physician has determined a length of life of 12 months or less

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MARIJUANA CARD?

18 years old or over. Caregivers must be 18 years old or over.

3 ounces of herbal medical cannabis. The maximum amount of concentrate allowed over a 30-day period is 2,000 mg THC.

TELEHEALTH/IN-PERSON

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QUALIFYING CONDITIONS

Telehealth/telemedicine available. However, relationship must first be established between patient and physician in-person. New Mexico has the widest range of telehealth/ telemedicine services in the US.

7 - 15 days

Expect 30 - 60 days, as the medical marijuana program needs time to begin operations.

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• Alzheimer’s disease • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, aka Lou Gehrig’s disease) • Cancer • Chronic pain • Cirrhosis • Crohn’s disease • Dementia • Epilepsy • Cachexia/wasting syndrome - North Dakota also states “failure to thrive” • Fibromyalgia • Glaucoma • Hepatitis C • HIV/AIDS • Nausea • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) • Spinal Stenosis

New Mexico

18 years old or over. Caregivers must be 18 years old or over.

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QUALIFYING CONDITIONS

Minimum 30 days.

• Cancer • HIV/AIDS • Amyotrophic • Lateral Sclerosis (Lou Gehrig's Disease) • Parkinson's Disease • Multiple Sclerosis • Intractable Spasticity • Epilepsy • Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) • Neuropathies • Huntington's Disease • Cachexia or wasting syndrome • Severe or chronic pain • Severe nausea • Seizures • Severe or persistent muscle spasms

$30

POSSESSION LIMIT (MEDICAL MARIJUANA PATIENTS) 8 ounces over a 90-day period.

QUALIFYING CONDITIONS • Severe chronic pain • Painful peripheral neuropathy • Intractable nausea/vomiting • Severe anorexia/cachexia • Hepatitis C infection currently receiving antiviral treatment • Crohn's disease • Post-traumatic Stress Disorder • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (Lou Gehrig's disease) • Cancer • Glaucoma • HIV/AIDS • Multiple sclerosis • Damage to the nervous tissue of the spinal cord with intractable spasticity • Epilepsy • Hospice patients • Inflammatory autoimmune-mediated arthritis

Ohio TELEHEALTH/IN-PERSON Telehealth/telemedicine available. However, relationship must first be established between patient and physician, whether in-person or via telehealth.

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North Dakota

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET MY MMJ CARD?

COST $50

POSSESSION LIMIT (MEDICAL MARIJUANA PATIENTS) No possession limits specified as of yet. Cannabis products may be dispensed as oils, tinctures, edibles, patches or herbal material.

QUALIFYING CONDITIONS • Alzheimer’s Disease • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) aka Lou Gehrig’s Disease • Cancer • Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) • Crohn’s Disease • Epilepsy • Fibromyalgia • Glaucoma • Hepatitis C • HIV/AIDS • Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) • Chronic or Intractable Pain • Multiple Sclerosis (MS) • Parkinson’s Disease • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) • Sickle Cell Anemia • Spinal Cord Disease or Injury

TELEHEALTH/IN-PERSON Telehealth/telemedicine available. In-person meeting with physician is not required.

HOW OLD DO I HAVE TO BE TO APPLY FOR A MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD? 18 years old or over. Caregivers must be 18 years old or over.

New York

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET MY MMJ CARD? Expect 30 - 60 days, as the medical marijuana program needs time to become fully operational.

TELEHEALTH/IN-PERSON Telehealth/telemedicine available. It is not necessary to see the physician in-person. However, physician must be licensed by the state of New York and be qualified and certified to recommend medical marijuana.

COST $50

POSSESSION LIMIT (MEDICAL MARIJUANA PATIENTS)

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• Tourette Syndrome • Traumatic Brain Injury • Ulcerative Colitis

• Cancer • Glaucoma • Degenerative or pervasive neurological condition • Positive status for HIV/AIDS • Cachexia • Severe pain • Severe nausea • Seizures including epilepsy • Persistent muscle spasms including multiple sclerosis

Oregon TELEHEALTH/IN-PERSON Telehealth/telemedicine available. However, relationship must first be established between patient and physician in-person.

COST

Pennsylvania

• Cancer • HIV/AIDS • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) • Parkinson’s Disease • Multiple Sclerosis (MS) • Spinal Cord Damage/Injury • Epilepsy • Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBS) • Neuropathies • Huntington’s Disease • Crohn’s Disease • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) • Intractable Seizures • Glaucoma • Sickle Cell Anemia • Severe Pain • Autism • Terminally Ill, with 1 Year or Less to Live • Ulcerative Colitis

Rhode Island TELEHEALTH/IN-PERSON Telehealth/telemedicine available. In-person appointment is not needed.

HOW OLD DO I HAVE TO BE TO APPLY FOR A MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD? 18 years old or over. Caregivers must be 21 years old or over.

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Puerto Rico

15 - 30 days

TELEHEALTH/IN-PERSON

COST

Telehealth/telemedicine available. In-person meeting is not required.

$100. For patients on Medicaid or Supplemental Income (SSI), the fee is $10.

HOW OLD DO I HAVE TO BE TO APPLY FOR A MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD?

POSSESSION LIMIT (MEDICAL MARIJUANA PATIENTS) 2.5 ounces

$200. For those in receipt of food stamps or Oregon Health Plan cards, the fee is reduced to $60. For persons receiving SSI or having served in the armed forces, the fee is reduced to $20.

TELEHEALTH/IN-PERSON No real regulations in place as of yet. Legislation is pending in HB 491, and physicians are expected to keep to a standard of practice.

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COST

COST

$50

$50

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET MY MMJ CARD?

HOW OLD DO I HAVE TO BE TO APPLY FOR A MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD?

POSSESSION LIMIT (MEDICAL MARIJUANA PATIENTS)

Up to 30 days.

18 years old or over. Caregivers must be 18 years old or over.

30-day supply, to be determined by physician. Only nonsmokeable preparations allowed.

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QUALIFYING CONDITIONS

24 ounces of usable cannabis.

Expect 30 - 60 days, as the medical marijuana program needs time to get started.

• Alzheimer's disease • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) • Anorexia

18 years old or over. Caregivers must be 18 years old or over.

QUALIFYING CONDITIONS

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• Anxiety • Cancer or other conditions that cause severe nausea • Crohn's disease • Epilepsy • Fibromyalgia • Hepatitis C • HIV/AIDS or other conditions that cause cachexia • Migraines • Multiple Sclerosis or other conditions that cause severe spasms • Parkinson's disease • Rheumatoid Arthritis • Spinal cord injury or other conditions that cause severe pain

18 years old or over. Caregivers must be 18 years old or over.

Up to 30 days, although may take longer.

QUALIFYING CONDITIONS • Cancer or the treatment of this condition • Glaucoma or the treatment of this condition • Positive status for Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) or the treatment of this condition • Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) or the treatment of this condition • Hepatitis C or the treatment of this condition • Cachexia or wasting syndrome • Severe, debilitating, chronic pain • Severe nausea • Seizures, including but not limited to those characteristic of epilepsy • Severe and persistent muscle spasms, including but not limited to those characteristic of multiple sclerosis or Crohn's

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disease • Agitation related to Alzheimer's Disease

social security.

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Vermont TELEHEALTH/IN-PERSON Telehealth/telemedicine available. However, relationship must first be established between patient and physician in-person.

HOW OLD DO I HAVE TO BE TO APPLY FOR A MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD? 18 years old or over. Caregivers must be 21 years old or over.

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET MY MMJ CARD? 15 - 30 days

COST $50

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QUALIFYING CONDITIONS • Cancer • HIV/AIDS • Multiple sclerosis • Cachexia or wasting syndrome • Severe pain • Nausea • Seizures including epilepsy

Those not entered onto the system may cultivate up to 4 plants and possess up to 6 ounces of usable marijuana.

QUALIFYING CONDITIONS

COST

• HIV/AIDS • Glaucoma • Cancer • Multiple Sclerosis • Any condition that results in long-lasting, chronic pain or spasms (e.g. Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy) • Replacement for opiates post-surgery • Patients undergoing treatments such as chemotherapy, radiotherapy, the use of protease or azidothymidine inhibitors and several others where side-effects can affect the patient’s quality of life

Unknown as of yet. Medical marijuana program is yet to start.

Patients may possess up to a 30-day supply, but no specifics are available as to what the 30-day supply constitutes or who can determine the amount a patient needs over 30 days. Medical marijuana patients cannot possess herbal cannabis, and must instead use cannabis-infused oils or liquids that can be vaporized. Topicals, patches or tinctures are also deemed acceptable forms of usage.

QUALIFYING CONDITIONS

West Virginia

• Cachexia • Cancer • HIV/AIDS • Epilepsy and conditions that cause seizures • Chronic renal failure • Glaucoma • Intractable pain, unrelieved by other painkillers or treatments • Multiple sclerosis (MS) and conditions that cause persistent muscle spasms and/or spasticity • Crohn’s disease • Hepatitis C • Debilitating nausea/vomiting • Anorexia • Wasting & appetite loss • Cramping • Chronic renal failure • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

POSSESSION LIMIT (MEDICAL MARIJUANA PATIENTS)

TELEHEALTH/IN-PERSON No telemedicine policy in place. HB 4463 and SB 320 would permit the practice of telemedicine.

HOW OLD DO I HAVE TO BE TO APPLY FOR A MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD? 18 years old or over. Caregivers must be 18 years old or over.

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• Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) • Refractory generalized anxiety disorder (Refractory GAD) • Cancer • HIV/AIDS • Parkinson’s disease • Conditions that cause persistent muscle spasms • Epileptic seizures • Severe nausea and vomiting • Anorexia • Cachexia/wasting syndrome • Any debilitating illness or disease that requires hospice or palliative care, or is terminal

Expect 30 - 90 days, as West Virginia’s medical marijuana program is yet to begin.

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Washington

TELEHEALTH/IN-PERSON

TELEHEALTH/IN-PERSON Telehealth/telemedicine available. However, relationship must first be established between patient and physician in-person.

HOW OLD DO I HAVE TO BE TO APPLY FOR A MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD? 18 years old or over. Caregivers must be 18 years old or over.

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET MY MMJ CARD?

Telehealth/telemedicine available. However, relationship must first be established between patient and physician in-person.

HOW OLD DO I HAVE TO BE TO APPLY FOR A MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD? 18 years old or over. Caregivers must be 18 years old or over.

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET MY MMJ CARD? 21 - 31 days

Mandatory waiting period of around 90 days.

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QUALIFYING CONDITIONS

$90

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ichelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simon or better known simply as Michelangelo was an Italian sculptor, painter, architect, and poet of the High Renaissance era, who exerted an unequaled impact on the evolution of Western art. Widely considered the preeminent living artist during his existence in the 16th century, he has since been labeled as one of the celebrated artists of all time and his works rank among the most prominent in existence. During his life, Michelangelo was frequently called Il Divino meaning "the divine one" which a testament to his genius. His peers often lauded his

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terribilitĂ - his uncanny ability to introduce a sense of wonderment. Chuey Quintanar would similarly be lauded by this previously lowbrow line of art - fine line, black and grey realistic Chicano style art. In fact, he would be considered a contemporary artist that served to elevate this art form as evidenced by his work which temporarily resides in a traveling exhibit at the Natural history Museum. A congenitally talented, young Chuey Quintanar had an affinity for drawing. Born in Mexico City, Chuey came to the United States at the age of 7 and was raised in Long Beach, California. His God-given talent of art and a good head on his shoulders didn't make him a product of his environment, but more of a visual ambassador through lead or charcoal. His peers immediately recognized his innate ability to draw and at the age of 14, one of his homies built him a homemade tattoo machine and urged him to give it a go. "The first time

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I touched the machine, something just clicked inside me", says Chuey. He reluctantly started tattooing and the neighborhood homies became his canvas. A young Chuey quickly came to the realization that he was good, "early on when I got the hang of it, people started paying me and I thought, "Why are you paying me?" I was doing it for fun. When people started giving me money, I just started tripping out.", reminisces Quintanar, Fast forward to 2018, Chuey Quintanar is one of the most sought-after tattoo artists in the world today. With celebrity clients coupled with customers all over the globe and an exhibit at the Natural History Museum, Chuey has cemented his legacy as a living legend in the tattoo game and his terribilitĂ .

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How long have you been tattooing and how you get into the game? I have been drawing my whole life since I was a little kid. My friends knew I was a good artist and one of them made me a homemade tattoo machine at 14 years old and said I should start tattooing because I think you'd do pretty good. Tattooing wasn't something I had in mind, tattooing just found me.

What was your reaction like going from lead or charcoal to a tattoo machine? The first time I touched the machine, something just clicked inside me. Before that, I was super scared to actually tattoo. But once I started, I really fell in love with it from that moment.

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How did you manage to avoid the pitfalls of living in a rough environment? Living in a rough neighborhood exposes you to many things but I always turned to art as a way of expression. Even when I first started tattooing, my own family criticized me, but I always considered it art and I was good at it. I believed in myself and kept at it until people recognized what I always knew I was capable of.

When did you realize this was going to be your career? Very early on. Once I got the hang of it, people started paying me and I thought, "why are you paying me?" I was doing it for fun. When people started giving me money, I just started tripping out. I realized that if I

could get paid for something I love to do, this was it for me.

Talk about your transition from amateur to world acclaimed artist. For a lot of black and grey artists, the only way to get recognized was through the homies. Once I was able to breakthrough into the industry using professional equipment, it was a night and day difference. It took me like 8 years when I was 22 to start getting recognized for my work. What I was doing then wasn't very common, and it took years for my art to be recognized.

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Fine line, black and grey realistic Chicano- style. I always try to push the limits. Jack Rudy has been one of my main influencers in the game. He was one of the guys using single needles in that world. The stuff he was doing, he was the man. I wanted to take what he did and push it even further by adding my own flavor.

You mentioned Jack Rudy as one of your influencers. Anybody else? Pint Gonzales is one. We actually had a studio together back in the day and we were both developing our styles. We pushed each other to get better.

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I could never have imagined this. It's a dream come true.

Talk to us about your involvement with the Natural History Museum. We just had this showcase at the Natural History Museum and I was a part of it. Museums are just something I always have to visit no matter where I travel. I always make a point to visit museums wherever I go to trip out on the artwork. Especially the Natural History Museum. I have been taking my daughter there since she was little like twice a month and to part of their exhibit

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is a trip. They asked me to tattoo a silicon arm, and I did an Aztec design and now it's a permanent piece worldwide and I was blessed to be part of history.

What are your thoughts on social media and the impact its had on tattooing? Now it's a whole new world of tattooing. New artists can buy the videos or attended a seminar and they're really good. The problem is, they never had to earn their stripes. They never apprenticed, or had to go through the trials. They have no knowledge of tattoo history or traditions. They got into the game to make quick money and wanted to be rockstars instantly. That's the negative part. It's also a great tool because it connects amazing artists from all over the world instantly.

Talk us about your CBD usage and how it's helped change your life. One of my friends had major back problems from tattooing to the point he had to get surgery. All of a sudden when I saw him again, he was walking around fine and pain-free. He told me he doesn't even take painkillers anymore, just CBD. It helped him with his back pain, hand pain, and arthritis. I also have back pain and arthritis in my hands from tattooing. I absolutely hate taking pills and I started taking CBD as well and its crazy. My hands always cramp up and they're good now. It helped me get through long sessions and even when I get home and cant go to sleep, I'll take CBD and it knocks me out. My wife takes CBD as well. She's got joint problems and its helped her too.

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“We’ve been trying to elevate tattooing and aim to be recognized as a legitimate art form. The museum exhibit is definitely a step in the right direction - be in more museums like fine art.”

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Where is the tattoo industry 10 years from now? We've been trying to elevate tattooing and aim to be recognized as a legitimate art form. The museum exhibit is definitely a step in the right direction - be in more museums like fine art. There are a lot of good artists that are trying to take tattooing to the next level. I always want to go forward and never backward. It's given me everything I have today. Many cultures and countries still have banned tattoos and have a negative stigma and our work being displayed at prestigious museums might help people recognize tattooing for what it is, an amazing art form.

What other projects are you currently involved in? I started a company called TAC Sciences. We develop products for tattoo artist and consumers; like our numbing cream and SPF tattoo aftercare. We have a full staff of dermatologists who helped design and develop our products..

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ike fashion, music genres evolve and then come back around full circle. Groups break up and then reunite. Some bands today continue to thrive off their former glory, even bringing onboard new members to necessitate the same formula of success. You know the old adage, "If it ain't broke, why fix it?" Arnel Pineda, for instance, was wondrously blessed with the opportunity to succeed the irreplaceable Steve Perry largely due to the fact that they both nearly sound identical. Arnel is essentially performing large-scale arena karaoke of Journey's greatest hits, and it works. On the flipside of the coin, you also have legendary bands with different frontmen to pick from such as Van Halen or Van Hager. Both have experienced a similarly debatable formula for success. It’s akin to dining at your favorite Michelin starred restaurant with the cuisine crafted by a different James Beard award-winning chef. You still love it. It’s just different.

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Sublime - the iconic multi platinum Ska/Punk band from Southern California went through a similar transition. The boys from the LBC have gone through an unfathomable tragedy with the untimely death of their lead vocalist Bradley Nowell. They were at a crossroads musically and the band dissolved shortly after. In 2008, during a RAWsession video shoot, original Sublime member Eric Wilson along with a young songwriter and producer Rome Ramirez formed what is called today, Sublime with Rome.The fellas from Long Beach were determined not to be a tribute band of Sublime’s original material, but to evolve and modernize the sound. Like Arnel Pineda, Bradley Nowell was irreplaceable and left

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“Sublime with Rome.The fellas from Long Beach were determined not to be a tribute band to the original Sublime material, but to evolve and modernize the sound.�

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“Then again, Rome's goal was never to play father to stepchildren, but to add his own flavor to the mix while paying homage to the originals and Sublime with Rome is proof positive of that.”

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impossible shoes to fill. The task to win over the original fanbase was insurmountable. Then again, Rome's goal was never to play father to stepchildren, but to add his own flavor to the mix while paying homage to the OG’s and Sublime with Rome is proof positive of that. Today, Sublime with Rome is evolving the ska/punk sound that brought so much love and success, and is reinvigorating the genre. When we asked what their new music is going to sound like, Rome had this to say, "It's still going to have that Sublime feel, but

we're going to try and incorporate different types of lyrics and sounds. We're just gonna switch it up from what you expect of the band." Fresh off their wildly successful Sirens tour, the trio is set to record new material for 2018 to bless the masses. Getting time to record while you're on the road is kind of challenging. "In like two weeks from now, we'll be heading out to El Paso, Texas to record. We'll be out in the middle of nowhere and just really catch a good vibe. We like to go out there in the desert and vibe. It allows you to step out your comfort zone and create a whole new world.", says Ramirez.

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Sublime with Rome has also expanded their repertoire into the burgeoning cannabis industry as well. With their affinity for greenery coupled with their global music platform, they've partnered with some of the very best in the game and it makes perfect sense. "The culture of our band and cannabis lifestyle is a huge part of our lives and it was important to us to partner with the best people to support products that we actually use.", says Rome when asked why they got into the cannabis industry.

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Rome Ramirez took time out of his incredibly hectic schedule to talk about what to expect with their new music and the band's entrepreneurial projects in the booming multibillion-dollar cannabis industry.

You just wrapped up the Sirens tour in 2017, how was that? It was awesome. We were on the road nonstop pretty much for 9 months.

Are you working on new material for 2018? Getting time to record while you're on the road is kind of challenging. In like two weeks from now, we'll be heading out to El Paso, Texas to record. We'll be out in the middle of nowhere and just really catch a good vibe. We like to go out there in the desert and vibe. It allows you to step out your comfort zone and create a whole new world.

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sound Sublime with Rome has cultivated? It's still going to have that Sublime sound, but we're going to try and incorporate different types of lyrics and sounds. We're just gonna switch it up from what you expect of the band. We just want to do it a little different and we can really hone in on the inspiration of different sounds and stuff.

What are your thoughts on the current state of music today? It kind of shifts you know. I feel like we're really in a weird place where people can't really compare to any other time and history. So, that alone, I think it's really cool. It's a very interesting time to be a musician and a fan. I think that's where we are at now ready for the next Clash you know like the next Rolling Stones or something.

Were you always a frontman before Sublime? Basically, ever since I was a kid, my

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first love was being in my basement recording, producing and writing new music. As I grew older, it just kind of strengthened. I just wanted to do it more and more, and I taught myself all the programs and audio engineer software and by the time I ended up joining Sublime, I caught a publishing deal and then I was able to really work with a bunch of writers and producers and artists.

Talk about your production work outside of Sublime. When I'm not on the road with Sublime I'm always working with as many different artists as I can. I like working with the youngin's cause they're always on the cusp of new shit. They're all fresh, and it reminds me of why I got into music in the first place.

Where do you do most of your production work? We have a really bad ass spot over in Hollywood Hills. It's a house that I converted into five recording studios. We have three record labels running out there and we're just growing and utilizing all our new sources and giving back.

Are you a Sativa, Hybrid or Indica guy? Predominantly, I'm an Indica person but I think they all have their place. Hybrids are whatever to me. I like Indicas that's what I typically go for.

Does cannabis contribute to your creative process? Honestly, I been smoking weed so damn long. I don't know. It IS my creative process,

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how I pay my bills process, how I… everything. It's just my process.

Do you prefer flower, vape or wax?

not sure, and it's still in its infancy. From a medical standpoint, it's amazing, and I’m excited about all the doors that are being unlocked to utilize the plant to help people across the world.

These days, I prefer concentrates. I like wax, shatter dabs. I think its way cleaner. I used to smoke bongloads a day, but now its dabs for me.

You're also an entrepreneur - what projects have you been working on?

Cannabis is trending towards being legal in all 50 states, what are your thoughts on that? You know I've always been for it, but now, I'm not so sure. I've always looked at it from a macro perspective. Part of me is excited what the future will hold. But the other part of me isn't looking forward to it being corporate with shareholders and I'm

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Right now, other than the label and the band, we have quite a few projects in the cannabis space. We have a collaboration with Stick E Vapes for a few unbelievable flavors of premium vape pens throughout California… and that is doing really well. We took a good amount of time working with the Stick E Vape team to develop everything from the flavor profile of the oil in the pen, down to the type of components used to deliver the best possible experience.


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We also just finished up a partnership with WonderBrett, one of the guys that built the cannabis community here in Los Angeles, and we were really proud about. We developed a strain together with Wonderbrett and named it “Orange Dynamite”... it’s amazing. We were also lucky enough to work with industry titan Dixie Elixir to bring to market a chocolate bar in Colorado, also named “Orange Dynamite”, that packed a hell of a punch at 100mg. It’s amazing how many people want to experience cannabis in a safe way… I think we’ve sold just over 100,000 bars out there. We had a collab with Honey Supply Glass and got to develop both a flower and oil rig that worked really and are sold at a price point almost everyone can afford. And of course, because no one likes sticky fingers,

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we did a grinder with Phoenician. The culture of our band and cannabis lifestyle is a huge part of our lives and it was important to us to partner with the best people to support products that we actually use.

What’s Sublime with Rome doing this year in the cannabis industry? BIG BIG BIG THINGS! Our band was born in Long Beach, has deep roots in SoCal, and with CA finally allowing adult-use for cannabis, I think the time is ripe for us to develop a home for our fans to experience the cannabis products we love, made and sold by people we trust. With that in mind, Sublime with Rome has partnered with one of the top retailers in the country, ShowGrow, to help support them in opening 5 adult-use cannabis retail locations in the city of Long


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Beach during the course of 2018. The guys behind ShowGrow really know their shit, their staff takes care of everyone like they were a rockstar, and the weed‌. Well lets just say that speaks for itself. We don't think we could have found a better partner, and are excited to have a home to connect with our cannabis community. Sublime with Rome is committed, same as its always been, to continuing to work with the cannabis industry for many years to come through our music, our festival High and Mighty, and the products and companies that we partner with to help spread the love!

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Tokewell issue 21  

We sit with Sublime with Rome and talk about their affinity for greener pastures and the current state of cannabis culture.

Tokewell issue 21  

We sit with Sublime with Rome and talk about their affinity for greener pastures and the current state of cannabis culture.

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