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He has been serving people with legal needs for 20 years. So, you’ll be getting a Tulsa medical marijuana attorney with EXPERIENCE.

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310:681-2-1. Application for patient license (a) The application for a patient license shall be on the Department issued form and shall include at a minimum:
(1) The applicant’s first name, middle name, last name and suffix, if applicable; (2) The applicant’s residence address and mailing address. If the applicant proves Oklahoma residence, but does not have a fixed residential address, then the address where the applicant can receive mail; (3) The applicant’s date of birth; (4) The applicant’s telephone number and email address; (5) The signature of the applicant attesting the information provided by the applicant is true and correct; and (6) The date the application was signed. (b) An application must be submitted within thirty (30) days of signature or it will be rejected by the Department. (c) A complete application shall include the following documentation or the application will be rejected:

(1) Documents establishing the applicant is an Oklahoma resident as established in 310:681-1-6 (relating to proof of residency). (2) Documents establishing proof of identity as established in 310:681-1-7 (relating to proof of identity). (3) A digital photograph as established in 310:681-1-8 (relating to applicant photograph). (4) A certification and recommendation from an Oklahoma Board Certified Physician dated within thirty (30) days of the date of submission of the application to the Department, on the form provided by the Department, which includes the following:

(A) The physician’s name and medical license or board certification number including an identification of the physician’s license type and area of board certification; (B) Office address on file with the physician’s licensing board; (C) Telephone number on file with the physician’s licensing board; (D) The patient/applicant’s date of birth; (E) The physician’s signed and dated attestation of the following: (i) The physician has established a medical record and has a bonafide physician-patient relationship; (ii) The physician has determined the presence of a medical condition(s) for which the patient/applicant is likely to receive therapeutic or palliative benefit from use of medical marijuana; (iii) The patient/applicant is recommended a medical marijuana license according to the accepted standards a reasonable and prudent physician would follow for recommending or approving any medication as described at 310:681-1-9.1 (relating to recommending physician standards); (iv) If applicable, the patient/applicant is homebound and unable to ambulate sufficiently to allow them to regularly leave their residence; and the physician believes the patient/applicant would benefit from having a caregiver with a caregiver’s license designated to manage the patient’s medical marijuana on the patient’s behalf; and (v) The information provided by the physician in the certification is true and correct; and (vi) Stating the method by which the physician verified the patient’s identity as provided in 310:681-1-7 (relating to proof of identity). (d) Payment of the application fee as established in Title 63 O.S. § 420 et seq. is required unless the applicant is insured by Medicaid or Medicare.

(1) If the applicant is insured by Medicaid or Medicare, the applicant must provide a copy of their insurance card or other acceptable verification. (2) Upon receipt of this verification the Department may attempt to verify the applicant is currently insured by the insuring agency. (3) If the Department is unable to verify the insurance, the application shall be rejected until verification is obtained, or the application fee is paid. (4) All applicants who are verified as being insured by Medicaid or Medicare shall pay a reduced application fee as established in Title 63 O.S. § 420 et seq. (5) Application fees are nonrefundable.
310:681-2-2. Application for patient license for persons under age eighteen (18) (a)Patient licenses may be issued for applicants under the age of eighteen (18) by submitting the same documentation as is required by 310:681-2-1 (relating to application for patient license), and the following:
(1) The application shall require the recommendation by two (2) physicians, dated within thirty (30) days of each other;

(2) The application must be completed listing the minor as the applicant, but shall also include the same information as is required in 310:681-2-1(a) for the minor’s parent(s) or legal guardian(s); (3) The proof of residency information required shall be provided for the minor’s parent(s) or legal guardian(s); (4) Identification and residency documents shall be provided for the parent(s) or legal guardian(s); (5) A digital photograph, as established in 310:681-1-8 (relating to applicant photograph), shall also be included of the minor’s parent(s) or legal guardian(s); (6) If the person submitting the application on behalf of a minor is the minor’s legal guardian, a copy of documentation establishing the individual as the minor’s legal guardian must be submitted; (7) The signature and date of each parent or legal guardian must be included on the application. In the event one of the parents or legal guardians has abandoned the minor or is otherwise unavailable a notarized affidavit stating the reasons the parent or legal guardian cannot sign (except in the case of refusal or disagreement) is sufficient if approved by the Department; (8) An attestation by the parent or legal guardian that the information provided in the application is true and correct must be included on the application; and (9) The minor applicant is not required to submit any documents listed in 310:681-1-6 (relating to proof of residency). (b) Minor Patient Licenses are valid for a term of two (2) years, or until the minor turns age eighteen (18), whichever occurs first. (c) Under no circumstances shall a minor patient license holder be authorized to smoke or vaporize any medical marijuana or medical marijuana products, unless both recommending physicians agree it is medically necessary. This Subsection does not prohibit minors from using nebulizers or other aerosolized medical devices.

People wanting to open up a dispensary will need to know where they will locate their store. It’s important that it’s not within 1,000 feet of a school, said Tulsa medical marijuana attorney Stephen Cale of the Cale Law Office.

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