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310:681-2-3. Application for caregiver’s license (a) Applications for a caregiver’s License for caregivers of a patient may accompany the original applications in 310:681-2-1 and 310:681-2-2 or may be made at any time during the term of the patient license. (b) Only one caregiver’s license shall be issued for each patient license issued except in the case of a patient/applicant under the age of eighteen (18) whereby two (2) parents and/or legal guardians may be recognized as the minor’s caregivers, if such minor is homebound. (c) A caregiver’s application will be accepted for a patient who has a physician’s attestation that the patient is homebound or does not have the capability to self-administer or purchase medical marijuana due to developmental disability or physical or cognitive impairment and would benefit by having a designated caregiver to manage medical marijuana on the behalf of the patient as provided in 310:681-2-1(c)(4)(E)(iv). (d) The caregiver’s application shall be made on a form provided by the Department and shall include the following:
(1) All information and documentation for the caregiver provided for in 310:681-2-1(a) and (c) except there shall be no medical certification from an Oklahoma Board Certified Physician nor fee assessed for a caregiver’s license;
(2) A signed and dated attestation from the patient license holder or patient applicant appointing the caregiver as their designee under this provision. If the patient license holder is incapacitated, a durable medical power of attorney or a court order for guardianship may be submitted and the person appointed to act under that document may execute the notarized statement; and (3) If the patient is a license holder, the patient control number shall be included in the application.
310:681-2-3.1. Withdrawal of a caregiver’s authorization
A Caregiver’s license for a specific patient shall be withdrawn for any patient that provides written or electronic notification to the Department, on the Department provided form, of their wish to withdraw the caregiver’s authorization. This withdrawal shall not be subject to appeal.
310:681-2-4. Application for temporary patient license (a) Temporary patient license application shall be made on a form provided by the Department and shall include the following:
(1) All information provided for in 310:681-2-1(a) (relating to patient license application); (2) Color copy or digital image file of the front and back of applicant’s unexpired out-of-state medical marijuana patient license; (3) Color copy or digital image file of one of the following unexpired documents:
(A) Front and back of a valid state issued Driver’s License; (B) Front and back of valid state issued Identification Card; (C) A United States Passport or other photo identification issued by the United States government; or (D) Certified copy of the applicant’s birth certificate for applicants who do not possess a document listed in Subsections (A), (B), or (C) of this paragraph. (4) A digital photograph as established in 310:681-1-8 (relating to applicant photograph); and (5) If a temporary patient applicant is under the age of eighteen (18), in addition to complying with paragraphs (1) (2) and (3) of this subsection, applicant shall also comply with 310:681-2-2(a)(2), (5), (6), (7), and (8). (6) Digital images of the records required in this Section shall be of sufficient clarity that all text is legible. See the requirements specified in 310:681-1-8 (relating to applicant photograph) for resolution guidance. (b) The fee for a temporary patient license shall be the fee established in statute at 63 O.S. § 420 et seq.
310:681-2-5 . Term and renewal of medical marijuana license (a) Medical marijuana patient licenses issued under 310:681-2-1 and 310:681-2-2 shall be for a term of two (2) years from the date of issuance, unless revoked by the Department. (b) Caregiver’s Licenses may not extend beyond the expiration date of the underlying Patient license regardless of the issue date. (c) Temporary patient licenses issued under 310:681-2-4 shall be for a term of thirty (30) days from the date of issuance; however, temporary patient licenses may not extend beyond the expiration date of the underlying out-of-state medical marijuana patient license. (d) It is the responsibility of the license holder to notify the Department in writing within thirty (30) days of any changes in contact information. (e) It is the responsibility of the license holder to renew the license, with all applicable documentation, prior to the date of expiration of the license by following the procedures provided in 310:681-2-1, 310:681-2-2, 310:681-2-3, and/or 310:681-2-4. (f) The fee for renewal shall be the fee established in statute for the license at 63 O.S. § 420 et seq.
310:681-2-6. Information contained on patient and caregiver license
Licenses issued pursuant to Sections 310:681-2-1, 2 and 3 of this Subchapter shall contain the following:
(1) The digital photograph of the license holder; (2) The name and date of birth of the license holder; (3) The name of parent(s) or legal guardian(s) of minor license holder, if applicable; (4) The city and county of residence of the license holder; (5) The type of license; (6) The date the license expires; and (7) The unique 24 character control number assigned to the license holder and caregiver, if applicable.
310:681-2-7. Medical marijuana license verification system
The Department will make available on its website and via telephone a system by which authenticity and validity of a medical marijuana license and a transport license may be verified.
310:681-2-11. Restrictions on smokable medical marijuana and medical marijuana products
All smokable, vaporized, vapable and e-cigarette medical marijuana and medical marijuana products smoked by a patient license holder is subject to the same restrictions for tobacco under Section 1-1521 et. seq. of Title 63 of Oklahoma statutes, commonly referred to as the “Smoking in Public Places and Indoor Workplaces Act.”
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