A new Oklahoma law limits how many medical marijuana patients a caregiver can grow for, and how much the caregiver can charge for growing, said Tulsa medical marijuana attorney Stephen Cale.
The following is a general overview for educational purposes only and is not legal advice. Laws and regulations change often.
Gov. Kevin Stitt signed SB1033 on May 28. That bill has a laundry list of changes to Oklahoma’s medical marijuana program. One change deals with caregivers.
SB1033 does the following regarding caregivers:
- A caregiver can’t have more than five patients that the caregiver is growing for.
- A caregiver who grows for a patient can’t charge the patient more than the “actual costs incurred in cultivating the medical marijuana.”
The Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA) already had regulations limiting caregivers to five patients that they could grow for, Oklahoma medical marijuana attorney Stephen Cale said. OAC 310:681-2-3(e)(2). SB1033 puts that limit into statutory law, he said.
ABOUT OKLAHOMA MEDICAL MARIJUANA ATTORNEY STEPHEN CALE
Oklahoma medical marijuana attorney Stephen Cale is the founder of Cale Law Office, located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He has been serving people with legal needs for more than 21 years.
Cale works with a number of marijuana-related organizations. He is a Legal Committee member of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML). Additionally, he serves on the board of Green Country NORML, a Tulsa chapter of NORML.
He also serves as a board member for, and is on the Standard Operating Procedures steering committee for, OK4U Approved, a medical marijuana patient union and trade organization.
If you want a medical marijuana business license, marijuana compliance auditing, or need legal representation in the Oklahoma medical marijuana industry, call the Cale Law Office at 918-771-7314. Your initial consultation is free.