Within 30 days of enrolling and receiving all appropriate training and credentials on the BioTrackTHC platform, registrants and their assistants must track all marijuana, marijuana concentrate, and marijuana products in compliance with the rule. The initial trainings for medical marijuana program participants that were held in various locations across the state last week filled up within 36 hours. Once the final track and trace rules are adopted, medical marijuana program participants will have up to 60 days to enroll in the State’s tracking system. Track and Trace for Medical and Adult Use Marijuana Programs A preliminary draft rule related to the tracking and tracing of products in the Maine Medical Use of Marijuana Program is currently available for review on the Office of Marijuana Policy’s website: https://www.maine.gov/dafs/omp/medical-use/rules-statutes/rulemaking/draft-rules. On Monday, September 16th Drummond Woodsum attended the state’s track and trace kickoff event hosted by the Office of Marijuana Policy (“OMP”) in Augusta.
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