Arizona Cannabis History
Recreational use of marijuana has been legal in Arizona since Election Day 2020, and a medical use program has been in place since 2010. With 60% of voters supporting Proposition 207, Arizona joined three other states in legalizing marijuana for adults in 2020. More information about Arizona’s medical cannabis laws can be found in Title 9, Chapter 17. Department of Health Services Medical Marijuana Program.
Arizona Child-Resistant Packaging Rules
Packaging and labeling requirements for child-resistant packaging in Arizona are explained in Section R9-17-317 - Product Labeling, and include the following:
Cannabis and marijuana product packaging must be labeled with:
- the dispensary’s registry identification number
- The following statement: “ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES’ WARNING: Marijuana use can be addictive and can impair an individual’s ability to drive a motor vehicle or operate heavy machinery. Marijuana smoke contains carcinogens and can lead to an increased risk for cancer, tachycardia, hypertension, heart attack, and lung infection. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN”
- The date of manufacture, harvest, or sale
- A list of all chemical additives, including nonorganic pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers, used in the cultivation and production of the medical marijuana
- The registry identification number of the qualifying patient
For a full list of requirements, please refer to Title 9, Chapter 17. Department of Health Services Medical Marijuana Program
Useful Links for Arizona Cannabis Regulations
Child-resistant packaging rules apply to medical and recreational marijuana products currently available as a way to safeguard children while making medicines accessible to the elderly, much like prescription medicines. The Poison Prevention Packaging Act establishes the standards for child-safe packaging on many products, including those containing medical and recreational marijuana products.
Arizona Cannabis Growers Application
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