Dispensary owners required to display warning signs.
Warning Signs for Pregnant Women
What is HB 1734? I am Tulsa medical marijuana business lawyer Ope Adegbuyi. HB 1734 is an act relating to medical marijuana use that requires warning signs to be displayed in dispensaries for the use of THC products stating warning ingesting THC products while pregnant is not healthy for the development of an unborn child.
The minimum height of the sign allowed is eight and a half inches and the minimum width is 11 inches. Owners of stores where THC is sold are required to pay for their warning signs. A sign must be placed near the cash register or any place of checkout at least two other highly visible places in the store.
Dispensary Owners’ Responsibility
The responsibility of the dispensary owners is to put up signs to ensure that somebody pregnant is aware that there are risks that might cause harm to the unborn child. This was passed by the House of Representatives in March, so this means that all dispensaries have to have this sign visible so that when any client comes in they’ll be able to see the warning sign.
Contact for More Information
For more information, you can contact me, an Oklahoma dispensary attorney, at OklahomaMedicalMarijuana.Attorney.