Primary Caregiving, Post HB1284

HB1284 goes into effect on 7/1/10. This restricts all primary caregiving to five patients or less, requires the provision of “other services” as set forth in the Clendenin case, and provides the MMJ for cost only. No two (or more) primary caregivers can work together, share a grow, etc. and no primary caregiving duties can be delegated (grow assistance, delivery, etc.). Finally, you cannot ever sell your “excess” medicine to medical marijuana centers.