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Connecticut State Legal Rules For Using Medical Marijuana


HARTFORD — In continuing the state’s path toward the in-state cultivation and sale of marijuana
 for medical use, the state Department of Consumer Protection Wednesday morning presented
 Gov. Dannel P. Malloy with 74 pages of draft regulations.


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By Ken Dixon

Updated 4:02 pm, Wednesday, January 16, 2013


  Connecticut State Medical Marijuana Law & Rules State Issued PDF File

HARTFORD — In continuing the state’s path toward the in-state cultivation and sale of marijuana for medical use, the state Department of Consumer Protection Wednesday morning presented Gov. Dannel P. Malloy with 74 pages of draft regulations.

Consumer Protection Commissioner William Rubsenstein believes Connecticut can become a model for the nation, where 15 other states have had mixed results with similar laws.

The proposed rules, which may be refined and presented to the legislative Regulations Review Committee by July 1, keeps the state on track to begin growing and distributing marijuana in state-licensed dispensaries by late this year or early 2014.

The draft rules include nuts-and-bolts guidelines for growers, doctors, patients obtaining medical certificates and even the disposal of unused marijuana, which could be turned in to local police.

State residents with debilitating ailments, from cancer to AIDs, Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis, would be allowed to seek certificates from doctors that would enable them to obtain one-month supplies of marijuana. They could also designate caregivers to purchase their monthly supplies.

When the General Assembly approved the new law last year, it came after testimony from physicians who believe it helps relieve pain and increase appetites for chemotherapy patients.

"The draft regulations are designed to assure that truly sick patients have safe and reliable access to marijuana to treat debilitating conditions while preventing misuse and diversion of the product from its medical purpose," Rubenstein said in a statement. "We have treated marijuana as a pharmaceutical drug and have included all the safeguards that are currently in effect for other controlled pharmaceutical drugs. Our comprehensive approach would make Connecticut a national leader in terms of regulating medical marijuana as a pharmaceutical."

Doctors would be required to diagnose patients as having "debilitating" conditions and develop treatment plans, taking into account their medical and prescription histories, after an "in-person" physical examination. They would have to "Be of the opinion that the potential benefits of the palliative use of marijuana would likely outweigh the health risks of such use to the qualifying patient."

Companies that want to grow marijuana for medical use have a variety of rules, including requirements that each product have a specific brand name, registered with the DCP, as well as a list of specific chemical ingredients.

Signage outside marijuana dispensaries, staffed by licensed pharmacists, would be limited to 16 inches by 18 inches, according to the draft.