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    Any updates on Recepriocity?

    For other states MMJ cards?



    Don't care about growing or buying, just want to be able to possess it legally when visiting.

    #2
    I seriously doubt it. Definitely don't bring any bud here.
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    "There are many here among us who feel that life is but a joke.
    But you and I, we've been through that, and this is not our fate,
    So let us not talk falsely now, the hour is getting late.
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    Bob Dylan: All Along the Watchtower


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    "
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      #3
      now that Hawaii has dispensaries their program is hitting the news.

      Mich has it along with maine mass and RI, no? there's at least a dozen states but they wouldn't ever let me in a dispo with out of state cards.
      I've had a med card in 3 states in the past 10 years and they never helped when I was away at another state.

      maybe states with mmj reciprosity AND recreational will loosen up like Hawaii is.

      Hawaii Medical Cannabis Reciprocity Update

      Hawaii could soon become the next major medical cannabis destination in the United States. On July 10, 2018, house bill (HB) 2729 was passed, effectively legalizing reciprocity for out-of-state medical marijuana cardholders. Beginning as early as 2019, registered medical marijuana patients with valid, out-of-state medical marijuana cards will be able to legally purchase medical cannabis products in Hawaii. This could significantly boost sales for Hawaii’s emerging medical cannabis market as the state is already a booming tourist destination.

      With dispensaries just opening last year after years of roadblocks, and the first just recently opening in Kauai, Hawaii’s medical cannabis market doesn’t always seem as bright and hopeful as the state tends to appear. However, things are certainly looking up for cannabis tourism in The Aloha State.

      With the passing of Hawaii HB 2729 (beginning in 2019), medical marijuana cardholders from any U.S. state will be able purchase a Hawaii medical cannabis registration card that will allow them to make purchases from licensed Hawaii medical marijuana dispensaries.

      he Hawaii medical cannabis registration card will cost $45 and will be valid for 60 days.

      The bill also establishes limitations, safeguards and allows patients from around the United States additional access to care that their state may not permit. Additionally, the bill extends written certificates for up to three years for chronic conditions while approving pulmonary administration consumption devices (marijuana oil aerosols), as well as increasing THC limits in certain products. Furthermore, HB 2729 prohibits places of employment from discrimination or taking any punishable actions based solely on medical cannabis use or patient status.

      Medical Cannabis Progress in Hawaii

      In recent years, Governor Ige has not stood in the path of cannabis legislation. Despite going on record against decriminalization in 2012, before taking office as Governor in 2014, Ige has since voiced support for dispensaries on Hawaii since as early as 2015 and continued the trend by signing HB 2729.
      Hawaii Governor David Ige

      Since assuming the position in 2014, Governor Ige has made incremental steps for medical cannabis each year in office. 2014 began the efforts with the establishment of a two-year pilot program to study industrial hemp as biofuel and for other applications. In 2015, he enacted Act 241, which established a system for the state's dispensaries.

      The following year expanded practitioner eligibility, ended Sunday sales prohibition and allowed cross-island transportation of medical cannabis between a dispensary production center and certified laboratory. Most recently in 2017, the Governor expanded patient eligibility for cannabis therapy and granted caregivers the ability to grow medical cannabis. In all, the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) gave Governor Ige a C rating for his cannabis efforts to date.
      Roadblocks for HB 2729

      Although HB 2729 eventually passed, there was quite a bit of hesitation and opposition throughout the process – most notably from the Hawaii Department of Health. On February 23rd of this year, the state DoH offered its opposition to HB 2729. In its statement, the Department explained that "This system would place dispensaries in a conflict of interest position of self-validating patients to whom they would sell products." They furthered their opposition around three key questions:



      Would this bill provide the state’s legal protection for an out-of-state individual to possess and use cannabis
      Do out-of-state individuals have to meet the state definition of qualifying patient including a debilitating medical condition recognized by the state
      Would the reciprocity proposed in this bill require changes to other state statutes?



      Additional concerns centered on the limited supply available to in-state patients – with several dispensaries still not open for business in the state. Despite the opposition, the Department did voice its support for the intention of the program with definitions included. However, it clarified that it was opposed to sections which could diminish "the state’s robust regulatory processes, potentially inviting federal law enforcement intervention, and risking access to medical cannabis by Hawaii’s local patients."
      The Future of Medical Cannabis in Hawaii

      Hawaii's in-state patient enrollment continues to boom, increasing by 33 percent in 2017 alone. With month-over-month growth at around 2 percent, the state is expected to have over 20,000 patients by the start of 2018.

      Now halfway through the year, Hawaii could find itself catering to an even wider audience starting in 2019 with the addition of medical cannabis reciprocity. It’s safe to say many eyes will be on Hawaii as they roll out this program but only time will tell its true impact on the state’s emerging cannabis industry and tourism market.
      https://potguide.com/pot-guide-marij...rocity-update/


      Hawaii dispensaries to allow reciprocity from any US medical cannabis cardholder


      Changes to Hawaii’s medical marijuana laws will allow dispensaries to sell cannabis to registered MMJ cardholders from any U.S. state, a move that could significantly boost sales given the droves of tourists that visit the state annually.

      Beginning next year, visitors to the Aloha State registered with the medical cannabis program in their U.S. state will be able to purchase a Hawaii MMJ registration card for $45 that will be valid for 60 days, HawaiiNewsNow reported.

      Hawaii’s health department is predicting roughly 5,000 tourists will buy Hawaii registration cards the first year, with as many as 30,000 per year at peak numbers.

      The new rules also:

      Allow dispensaries to sell Safe Pulmonary Administration products (SPAs), which transform marijuana or marijuana oil into an aerosol.
      Expedite MMJ registration cards for new patients, minors and people with cancer and in hospice. Those patients now can obtain cards in just one or two days.
      Provide electronic patient registration cards that allow patients to download their registration information onto their smartphones and other electronic devices.

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        #4
        The closest way to get a card as an out of stater is to obtain "Seasonal Resident" status, which is defined as staying in the state for 30 consecutive days.

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          #5
          Originally posted by cryptop View Post
          The closest way to get a card as an out of stater is to obtain "Seasonal Resident" status, which is defined as staying in the state for 30 consecutive days.
          That would be very easy for me to do
          How strict are the doctors with medical records? I should say; do they accept good records, but ones that are 10 years old?
          I have 2 mri's plus a buncha other records, however all of them are 10+ years old with the exception of my current mmj recommendation from out of state.

          edit:

          Chunky, what does that have to do with Florida MMJ?

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            #6
            I'm pretty sure some States don't require residency to obtain a card.


            After all... They just want your money!
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              #7
              cryptop is confused on how things work.
              Drug testing is proof employers can't tell the performance difference between an employee on drugs and one that is not.

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                #8
                Originally posted by Jim Rockford View Post
                cryptop is confused on how things work.

                EVERYBODY dealing with the issue in FL is. On the good side newly elected governor DeSantis's elected lieutenant gov. says the gov. will cancel all pending appeals on Jan 8, when he takes office. And lawyer John Morgan said last week he thinks flowers for mmj will be included.
                my gggeneration

                DAV -sigpic

                I can't decide which I like better: either, arguing on the internet is like winning in the Special Olympics, you might win but you're still retarded; or never argue with an idiot, they will drag you down to their level, and beat you with experience; or you can't fix stupid, so why argue with it? They all are funny, and all are true too.

                "Well, da Nile ain't just some big river in Egypt neither."

                "No reason to get excited," the thief, he kindly spoke,
                "There are many here among us who feel that life is but a joke.
                But you and I, we've been through that, and this is not our fate,
                So let us not talk falsely now, the hour is getting late.
                -
                Bob Dylan: All Along the Watchtower


                Rights aren’t rights if someone can take them away.
                -George Carlin

                "The fool thinks himself to be wise, but the wise Man knows himself to be a fool
                "
                -William Shakespeare


                Long signatures suck.
                -dddaver

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                  #9
                  Any updates on this?

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                    #10
                    Send your question to: https://knowthefactsmmj.com/ That's the OMMU for FL and they'll give you the straight dope.
                    my gggeneration

                    DAV -sigpic

                    I can't decide which I like better: either, arguing on the internet is like winning in the Special Olympics, you might win but you're still retarded; or never argue with an idiot, they will drag you down to their level, and beat you with experience; or you can't fix stupid, so why argue with it? They all are funny, and all are true too.

                    "Well, da Nile ain't just some big river in Egypt neither."

                    "No reason to get excited," the thief, he kindly spoke,
                    "There are many here among us who feel that life is but a joke.
                    But you and I, we've been through that, and this is not our fate,
                    So let us not talk falsely now, the hour is getting late.
                    -
                    Bob Dylan: All Along the Watchtower


                    Rights aren’t rights if someone can take them away.
                    -George Carlin

                    "The fool thinks himself to be wise, but the wise Man knows himself to be a fool
                    "
                    -William Shakespeare


                    Long signatures suck.
                    -dddaver

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                      #11
                      If it's not wrong and you tell yourself it's not wrong you won't get busted for weed. Weed has its own karma system.. Thousands of religions and humanity has learned nothong.

                      Anyone ever charged did something very naughty, morally speaking and certainly doesn't believe in the spiritual nature of the herb.
                      For the last time, I'm pretty sure what's killing the crops is this Brawndo stuff.

                      "But Brawndo's got what plants crave."

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                        #12
                        In a perfect world. But unfortunately, that's just not true.
                        my gggeneration

                        DAV -sigpic

                        I can't decide which I like better: either, arguing on the internet is like winning in the Special Olympics, you might win but you're still retarded; or never argue with an idiot, they will drag you down to their level, and beat you with experience; or you can't fix stupid, so why argue with it? They all are funny, and all are true too.

                        "Well, da Nile ain't just some big river in Egypt neither."

                        "No reason to get excited," the thief, he kindly spoke,
                        "There are many here among us who feel that life is but a joke.
                        But you and I, we've been through that, and this is not our fate,
                        So let us not talk falsely now, the hour is getting late.
                        -
                        Bob Dylan: All Along the Watchtower


                        Rights aren’t rights if someone can take them away.
                        -George Carlin

                        "The fool thinks himself to be wise, but the wise Man knows himself to be a fool
                        "
                        -William Shakespeare


                        Long signatures suck.
                        -dddaver

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                          #13
                          Follow HB 557 and SB 1328, each bill is for reciprocity.

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                            #14
                            I’ve heard that a lot of Airlines don’t care if you are flying to a legal state from a legal state.

                            Obviously be discreet about it...

                            Just what I’ve heard, I haven’t done it.

                            However, there are a lot of people that travel to Florida and they don’t want to be without their medication.

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                              #15
                              Any new updates on this?

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