Once the criminal history has been verified, you will receive an identification card permitting you to work.
An employer remains within their right to perform drug testing.
Visiting patients may not purchase cannabis from any dispensary or patient.
First, you must be a resident of New Hampshire 21 or older.Additionally, any applicant who has been convicted of a felony of any type, drug-related or otherwise, is unable to become treatment center agents.The state currently recognizes the following diseases as receiving therapeutic benefit from cannabis use: The recommending medical professional may petition the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) to add other diseases that may see benefit from the use of cannabis as necessary.Qualifying minors under 18 can participate in the program, as long as the patient receives two medical certifications and their parent or legal guardian registers as the patient caregiver.Instead, the patient must purchase cannabis from an alternative treatment center.
The center is then authorized to cultivate up to three mature plants, have up to twelve seedlings, and possess no more than six ounces of marijuana per patient.New Hampshire does not currently have a recreational market, though a decriminalization bill is currently progressing through the legal system.Medical patients are typically 18 or older and must do two things before they can receive a registration to use cannabis therapeutically.In fact, all alternative treatment centers are, as part of their application, to have drug-free workplace policies in place.In many cases, the medical use of cannabis is not protected at your place of employment, and an employer may use drug testing to assess on-the-job impairment.Lawmakers in the New Hampshire Congress passed HB-573 on June 26, 2013, with the governor signing the Act into law nearly a month later on July 23rd.