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  1. seaanenome

    How to become a caregiver?

    If a Caregiver has 5 patients, do they get 1 card for each patient?
  2. Restorium2, I agree that caregivers have a valuable place in the market and have since 2008. Due to the high value shipments of product and cash, I also see why secure transporters will be in high demand (pun intended ). As for the pharma courier transporting $100k in opioids, I can see why criminals are targeting them with their lack of sophistication, training and $$$ potential. Although I would not anticipate most provision centers to be ordering more than a ~5 lbs at a time from each grower (w/ 250 patients consuming 1 ounce per week, provision centers would sell 33.5 lbs per month, with 6 growers ~5.5 lbs per month) and given the fact that each transaction route manifest is submit to the state police for random auditing, it seems like less than ideal target for criminals but time will tell. Regarding consignment, I interpret this to mean that the secure transporter is not allowed to sell the product on behalf of the grower or provision center. I cannot imagine the law requiring growers and processors to have their own transportation (if that is what you were referring to), that would defeat the purpose of a separate and distinct secure transporter license, which is not allow to have any affiliation or interest in a provision center, grower, processor or safety facility.
  3. Thank you for your reply, semicaregiver. MMFLA Emergency "Rule 21. State operating licenses; licensees; operations; general 2 (d) The marihuana facility must be at a fixed location. Mobile marihuana facilities and drive through operations are prohibited. Any sales or transfers of marihuana product by internet or mail order, consignment, or at wholesale are prohibited." https://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/CFR-2010-title29-vol3/pdf/CFR-2010-title29-vol3-sec779-327.pdf Retail and wholesale law seems to clearly define MMFLA Growers and Processors as wholesale establishments - § 779.328 Retail and wholesale distinguished. "Wholesale establishments usually exclude the general consuming public as a matter of established business policy and confine their sales to other wholesalers, retailers, and industrial or business purchasers in quantities greater than are normally sold to the general consuming public at retail." This makes me think that rule 21 prohibits provision centers from engaging in wholesale, understanding that patients and caregivers will have daily purchase limits (presumably 12.5 oz if a caregiver were to purchase 2.5 oz for 5 patients at once). Growers and Processors by definition are wholesale establishments, right?
  4. seaanenome

    my wait time = exactly 1 month

    Good to know, congratulations! just curious, did you elect a Caregiver?
  5. Anybody know of anyone applying for a Secure Transporter license? Only half a dozen of them in Colorado, seems like there will be a distribution bottle neck / capacity constraint once Growers start harvesting across the state... Any opinions on the below? How many Growers do you think most Provision centers will buy from? How many orders per month would you expect to be made between Growers and Provision Centers? What do you think a reasonable average weight (lbs) per order would be? How many Processors do you think most Provision centers will buy from? How many orders per month would you expect would made between Processors to Provision Centers? What do you think a reasonable average weight (lbs) per order would be? How many Growers do you think most Processors will buy from? How many orders per month would you expect to be made between Processors to Provision Centers? What do you think a reasonable average weight (lbs) per order would be? How will most Provision Centers order product from Growers / Processors? Thank you for your insight! Seaanenome
  6. Hey Y'all, Looking for Patients perspective: Now that the MMFLA is beginning to license Provision Centers, will you purchase from them or do you prefer to work with Caregivers, or both? I you could "elect/register with" a local Caregiver to deliver product based on your online orders from a Provision Center, would you use the service? If you could pre-order your medicine from a local Provision Center, for a modest fee ($1-2) so it was ready for express pickup, would you us the service? Caregivers: If you could easily and legally register with patients who wanted Provision Center products delivered, would you be interested in supporting them in obtaining their medicine in this way? Are you planning to test your harvest batches in the same manner that the licensed MMFLA growers will be required to do to ensure no pesticides, contaminants, mold, etc.? What concerns or questions come to mind? Thank you for your feedback! Seaanenome
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