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Initiative Measure No. 502

Initiative Measure No. 502

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South Carolina’s Legislative Process

How a bill becomes a law in South Carolina. This document, from the clerk of the SC House of Representatives, printed in 2010, includes an extraordinarily complex flow chart. It also emphasizes that most of the tricky work of drafting takes place in committee, not on the floor of either of the two chambers involved.

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SC Legislature S1035

A bill introduced into the senate of state of South Carolina that would create a quite narrow medical marijuana program: narrow because it would focus on a marijuana extract called cannabidiol oil, which does not include the chemical THC.

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Nevada Medical Marijuana Program

The slides of a power point presentation on Nevada’s program presented by Chad Westom, Bureau Chief, Nevada Division of Public & Behavioral Health. the material is dated April 23, 2014. Begins with Nevada Constitution, Article 4, Section 38. Use of plant of genus Cannabis for medical purposes. Codified in NRS Chapter 453A, Medical Use of Marijuana.

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Florida’s Constitutional Amendment Petition Form

A petition distributed in Florida by “People United for Medical Marijuana.” Had it been approved by the voters it would have mandated that the Department of Health or a successor agency “register and regulate centers that produce and distribute marijuana for medical purposes and [that it shall] issue identification cards to patients and caregivers.”

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The Other Green Movement: How D.C. Can Sensibly Regulated Medical Marijuana

This brief addresses the challenges the District of Columbia faced in legalizing medical marijuana under D.C. City Council’s Legalization of Marijuana for Medical Treatment Inititiative Ammendment Act of 2010. Since DC is in a unique position as the nation’s capital and therefore under more scrutinty, the authors suggest a strong regulatory framework that protects patients, their doctors, and distributors from federal interference without overburdening them.

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Meeting of the Medical Cannabis Commission

An agenda for the Medical Cannabis Commission of Berkeley, California. On April 4, 2013, that commission was to discuss a staff recommendation on quality control, specifically “mandatory testing of each batch of product for the presence and amounts of active ingrediants, cannabis by-products, molds and other micro-biological contaminants.” There was also discussion that day of how much cash collectives should be allowed to have on site overnight.

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Text of California’s Proposition 215

The initiative measure submitted to the people of California in 1996 that led to the legalization of medical marijuana in that state. Provides that it shall not be construed to “condone the diversion of marijuana for non-medical purposes.”

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Guidelines for the Security and Non-Diversion of Marijuana Grown for Medical Use

California’s Department of Justice, in response to a mandate within SB 240, prepared these guidelines to ensure that law enforcement agencies perform their duties effectively. For example, the guidelines provide for the return of seized medical marijuana, though they observe that “once the marijuana is returned, federal authorities are free to exercise jurisdiction over it.”

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California Senate Bill #SB420

A bill enacted into law in 2003 that clarified the scope of the legalization of medical marijuana in California in order to “facilitate the prompt identification of qualified patients and their designated primary caregivers.”

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