Understanding Oklahoma SB 439 and its implications.
What Does OK SB 439 Do?
What does SB 439 do? I’m Tulsa Medical Marijuana Business Lawyer Ope Adegbuyi. SB 439 deals with minor patients under the age of 18. It directs the OMMA to issue a list of qualifying medical conditions for minors to be able to obtain a medical marijuana license.
Physicians will be required to conduct in-person exams of all minor license applicants unless the patient is certified as homebound. This bill was passed on March 23rd, and the act is going to be effective by January 1st, 2025. That means right now it’s not effective.
Important Information for Minors
So whatever minors have been doing, they will continue to keep doing that until January 1st, 2025 to be able to get a patient card. Minors and their parents must understand the requirements and qualifications set forth by SB 439. By familiarizing themselves with the process, they can ensure a smooth transition when the bill becomes effective.
If you have any questions or need further information regarding SB 439 and its implications for minor medical marijuana patients, feel free to contact me at OklahomaMedicalMarijuana.attorney. I am here to provide assistance and guidance to those seeking clarity on the matter.
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For a free consultation and personalized advice tailored to your specific situation, please reach out to me, an Oklahoma marijuana law attorney, at OklahomaMedicalMarijuana.attorney. Together, we can navigate the complexities of SB 439 and ensure that you have the necessary information to make informed decisions about medical marijuana for minors. Don’t hesitate to call at (918) 932-2879. I look forward to assisting you!