Montana Seed-to-Sale Traceability Info:
Effective June 30th, 2017
Registered Providers and Infused Product Providers are subject to inspection from the Department of Health and Human Services where they may be asked to provide information as follows:
Inspection procedures. (1)
The department may conduct unannounced inspections of registered premises and testing laboratories. The department shall
report biennially to the children, families, health, and human services interim committee concerning the results of unannounced inspections.
(2) (a) The department shall inspect annually each registered premises, and testing
(b) The department shall collect samples during the inspection of registered premises and submit them to a testing laboratory for testing as provided by the department by rule.
(3) (a) Each provider and marijuana-infused products provider shall keep a complete set of records necessary to show all transactions with registered cardholders. The records must be open for inspection by the department and state or local law enforcement agencies during normal business hours.
(b) The department may require a provider or marijuana-infused products provider to furnish information that the department considers necessary for the proper administration of this part.
(4) (a) A registered premises, including any places of storage, where marijuana is
cultivated, manufactured, sold, or stored is subject to entry by the department or state or local law enforcement agencies for the purpose of inspection or investigation during normal business hours.
(b) If any part of the registered premises consists of a locked area, the provider or
marijuana-infused products provider shall make the area available for inspection without delay upon request of the department or state or local law enforcement officials.
(5) A provider or marijuana-infused products provider shall maintain records showing the names and registry identification numbers of registered cardholders to whom mature plants, seedlings, usable marijuana, or marijuana-infused products were sold or transferred and the quantities sold or transferred to each cardholder.
(6) The department may establish penalties, including financial penalties and license revocation, for the violation of agricultural or public health standards.”
Click here to view Montana’s Senate Bill 03333
Click here to view Montana’s I-82
Click here to view the complete Medical Marijuana Act