A qualifying patient may possess up to 2.5 ounces of usable marijuana, marijuana derivatives or edible marijuana under the new statute.

One qualifying patient may also have up to twelve (12) live marijuana plants from which to collect marijuana. A licensed caregiver may possess marijuana for up to five patients, or 12.5 ounces, or twelve (12) plants for each patient for which they are a caregiver, so sixty (60) plants. If a caregiver is also a qualified patient, then he or she may possess 2.5 ounces for personal use, along with 12 more plants. All plants must be kept in a locked, secure facility, not accessible to other persons. The Courts have set forth strict guidelines for what constitutes a locked facility, so make sure you speak to an attorney to ensure compliance.


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