Senate Bill 423, which became law on May 14, 2011, amends the state's medical marijuana law. The act is due to go into effect on July 1, 2011.

Among the changes mandated by this act:

- Chronic pain patients will face more stringent requirements to qualify under the law, and in some cases may require a recommendation from two separate physicians

- Patients found guilty of marijuana DUI will have their medical marijuana privileges revoked

- Advising physicians will be reported to the Board of Medical Examiners if they recommend for more than 25 patients per year; Physician will be responsible for the costs of this investigation

-Caregivers may accept no monetary compensation for providing cannabis to qualified patients.

Full text of the measure is online here.

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