North Dakota Legal Information
The North Dakota Medical Marijuana Legalization creates a comprehensive medical cannabis program for the patients of the state. The program creates access for patients at retail dispensaries, but would also allow patients to grow up to 8 plants if they live 40 or more miles away from the nearest dispensary. The program will one of the strictest in the nation in that it would allow the ND Department of Health to conduct in-person patient interviews in order to determine eligibility. Despite this provision, the program will be a vast improvement upon the status quo.
North Dakota Medical Marijuana Legalization, Measure 5 (2016)
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Health care providers are vital to the medical marijuana program. An individual applying to be a qualifying patient within the program must have a bona fide provider-patient relationship with a health care provider.
Patients and their caregivers are permitted to legally use, have, and grow cannabis for medical purposes in North Dakota.