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Chapter 420f - Palliative Use of Marijuana
  • Sec. 21a-408. Definitions.
  • Sec. 21a-408a. Qualifying patient not subject to arrest, prosecution or certain other penalties. Requirements. Exceptions.
  • Sec. 21a-408b. Primary caregiver not subject to arrest, prosecution or certain other penalties. Requirements. Exceptions.
  • Sec. 21a-408c. Physician not subject to arrest, prosecution or certain other penalties. Requirements. Written certifications. Exceptions.
  • Sec. 21a-408d. Qualifying patient and primary caregiver to register with Department of Consumer Protection. Change in information. Fee. Confidentiality of registry information.
  • Sec. 21a-408e. Person not subject to arrest or prosecution solely for being in presence or vicinity of palliative use of marijuana.
  • Sec. 21a-408g. Fradulent representation to law enforcement official re palliative use of marijuana or written certification. Penalty.
  • Sec. 21a-408p. Treatment of student, tenant or employee due to status as qualifying patient or primary caregiver.

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