Chapter 69.51a RCW


(Formerly: Medical marijuana)
Purpose and intent.
Acts not constituting crimes or unprofessional conductHealth care professionals not subject to penalties or liabilities.
Compliance with chapterQualifying patients and designated providers not subject to penaltiesLaw enforcement not subject to liability.
Failure to registerAffirmative defense.
Possession of plants, marijuana concentrates, useable marijuana, or marijuana-infused products exceeding lawful amountAffirmative defense.
Medical marijuana, lawful possessionState not liable.
Limitations of chapterPersons under supervision.
CrimesLimitations of chapter.
Collective gardens.
Applicability of valid documentation definition.
Qualifying patient's designation of a specific designated providerProvider's service as designated providerTerminationDepartment may adopt rules.
Suitability for organ transplant.
Parental rights or residential timeNot to be restricted.
State and municipalitiesNot subject to liability.
Qualifying patients or designated providersAuthorizationHealth care professional may include recommendations on amount of marijuana.
Health care professionals may authorize medical use of marijuanaQualifying patients under age eighteen.
Medical marijuana authorization databaseRecognition cards.
Unlawful actionsCriminal penalty.
CooperativesQualifying patients or designated providers may formRequirementsRestrictions on locationsState liquor and cannabis board may adopt rules.
Housing unitNo more than fifteen plants may be grown or locatedExceptionCivil penalties.
Extracting or separating marijuana resin, producing or processing any form of marijuana concentrates or marijuana-infused productsState liquor and cannabis board to adopt rules.
Topical, ingestible productsTHC concentration.
Medical marijuana consultant certificate.
Continuing education programs for health care providers.
Short title1999 c 2.
Severability1999 c 2.
Captions not law1999 c 2.
Severability2011 c 181.