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MMFLA UPDATE: LARA releases emergency administrative rules

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Below I have attached a link to all of the administrative rules that were released by LARA in relation to the MMFLA. This definitely provides some clarity and insight into what potential license applicants can expect through the process, while operating their facilities, and in their interactions with the state. 

http://www.michigan.gov/documents/opt/Emergency_Rules_Medical_Marihuana_Facilities_Licensing_Act_607643_7.pdf

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interesting they are only requiring secure transporters to have manifests.

the only thing about labeling products would be this:

(b) The marihuana product bears the label required for retail sale under the act and these rules.

but which act are they talking about? 4210 modified the MMMA and these emergency rules are for MMFLA ??

maybe this too?

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(3) Marihuana-infused products must be stored and secured as prescribed under these rules.

(4) At a minimum, a processor shall label any marihuana-infused product it produces or packages with all the following:

(a) The name and address of the marihuana facility that processes or packages the marihuana infused product.

(b) The name of the marihuana-infused product.

(c) The ingredients of the marihuana-infused product, in descending order of predominance by weight.

(d) The net weight or net volume of the product.

 

hey josh maybe you should contact lara and make sure they detail what a marijuana infused product label should look like. in keeping with 4210.

example, date of manufacture is not part of the emergency admin rules above.

 

from hb4210:

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(2) This section does not prohibit a qualifying patient from transporting or possessing a marihuana-infused product in or upon a motor vehicle if the marihuana-infused product is in a sealed and labeled package that is carried in the trunk of the vehicle or, if the vehicle does not have a trunk, is carried so as not to be readily accessible from the interior of the vehicle. The label must state the weight of the marihuana-infused product in ounces, name of the manufacturer, date of manufacture, name of the person from whom the marihuana-infused product was received, and date of receipt.

(3) This section does not prohibit a primary caregiver from transporting or possessing a marihuana-infused product in or upon a motor vehicle if the marihuana-infused product is accompanied by an accurate marihuana transportation manifest and enclosed in a case carried in the trunk of the vehicle or, if the vehicle does not have a trunk, is enclosed in a case and carried so as not to be readily accessible from the interior of the vehicle. The manifest form must state the weight of each marihuana-infused product in ounces, name and address of the manufacturer, date of manufacture, destination name and address, date and time of departure, estimated date and time of arrival, and, if applicable, name and address of the person from whom the product was received and date of receipt.

 

 

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