KLAW Blog Posted December 12, 2022 Report Share Posted December 12, 2022 So you’re an expert caregiver growing the best and want to get into the licensed growing or processing business in Michigan. Here’s a question asked often by caregivers. Can a caregiver work in a licensed facility and retain their caregiver status under MMMA? Each license type has its specific provisions in the Medical Marihuana Facilities Licensing Act (MMFLA). For information specific to each license, please see Part 5 of the MMFLA. Komorn Law – Legal Defense For Growers: Nope Per Section 501(8)(b): While holding a license as a grower, not be a registered primary caregiver and not employ an individual who is simultaneously a registered primary caregiver. However, licensees are required under the MMFLA to have at least two years’ experience as a caregiver or have an active employee with that experience (this requirement ends on 12/31/21). For Processors: Nope Per Section 502(5)(b): While holding a license as a processor, not be a registered primary caregiver and not employ an individual who is simultaneously a registered primary caregiver. However, licensees are required under the MMFLA to have at least two years’ experience as a caregiver or have an active employee with that experience (this requirement ends on 12/31/21). For Secure Transporters: Nope Per Section 503(2): To be eligible for a secure transporter license, the applicant and each investor with an interest in the secure transporter must not have an interest in a grower, processor, provisioning center, or safety compliance facility and must not be a registered qualifying patient or a registered primary caregiver. For Provisioning Centers and Safety Compliance Facilities: OK The MMFLA does not prohibit provisioning center and safety compliance facility licensees from being registered as patients or caregivers under the MMMA, nor does it prohibit these facilities from employing patients or caregivers. Cancel It A licensee or an employee must submit a withdrawal form to cancel their caregiver status within five business days if required. If a new employee is a caregiver, that person has 5 business days from their date of hire to submit the form to cancel caregiver status. Withdrawal may also be submitted through Accela Citizen Access. Source – Check For Updates If you or someone you know has been accused of a crime, DUI or Drugged Driving. Call Komorn Law and turn your defense into an offense. Call Now 248-357-2550 Komorn Law Social Media Facebook Twitter Instagram LinkedIn YouTube Recent Posts Can a caregiver work in a licensed facility and retain their caregiver status under MMMA?So you’re an expert caregiver growing the best and want to get into the licensed growing or processing business in Michigan. Here’s a question asked often by […] Another Case DismissedDecember 6, 2022 – Through the diligence and tenacity of trial attorney Michael Komorn and the team at Komorn Law. We are proud to announce – another […] Drug Recognition Evaluator Testimony Not Valid after COA OpinionKomorn Law in conjunction with Rudoi Law and the Michigan Association of OWI Attorneys filed an amicus brief in support of the Defendant-Appellant, who was being prosecuted […] News Scrape November 2022Search Results Top 10 Criminal Defense Attorneys Featured Attorney Award winning Attorney Michael Komorn owner and Trial Attorney for his firm Komorn Law PLLC is based out […] Major Financial Association And 44 State Partners Demand Marijuana Banking VoteA major national banking association, along with 44 state partners, is asking Senate leadership to bring a House-passed marijuana banking reform bill to a vote on the […] Michael Komorn-Featured Top 10 Criminal Defense AttorneyMichael Komorn was featured as one of the Top 10 Criminal Defense Attorneys in Michigan. The award-winning Attorney has clients throughout the state. MICHIGAN, USA, November 21, […] Tag Cloud 2020 2021 BMMR CBD corruption. prosecutors detroit dispensary DUI forfeiture ginnifer hency hemp komornlaw lara law enforcement abuse laws legal Legalization marijuana Medical Marijuana Michigan MMFLA MMMA MMMA Regulations MRA news police politics Recreational Cannabis science shattuck DISCLAIMERThis post may contain re-posted content, opinions, comments, ads, third party posts, outdated information, posts from disgruntled persons, posts from those with agendas and general internet BS. Therefore…Before you believe anything on the internet regarding anything – do your research on Official Government and State Sites, Call the Michigan State Police, Check the State Attorney General Website and Consult an Attorney – Use Your Brain. The post Can a caregiver work in a licensed facility and retain their caregiver status under MMMA? appeared first on Komorn Law. View the full article Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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