Marijuana Enforcement

We are open for business but our offices are closed to the public until further notice

As state public health officials are calling for “social distancing,” consistent with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control, the Marijuana Enforcement Division is adopting measures to minimize exposure between employees and also between employees and the public.

  • Starting Wednesday, March 18 MED business operations will continue and services to the public will remain available, however, all MED office lobbies will not be open to the public. Specifically, MED is providing modified licensing services, outlined on our Licensing webpage.  Other than these adjustments to our licensing processes, it is business as usual at MED. 
     
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Message from Division Director Burack, March 17, 2020

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Metrc Compliance Tip
Issued 7/7/20

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Updated 2020 Rulemaking Information

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Emergency Rules Adopted 6/26/20

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MED has Launched a NEW Inquiry Form to Streamline our response process! 

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Industrial Hemp Product Compliance Tip 
5/20/20

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MED 2019 Annual Update published
5/1/20

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COVID -19 Information

IB 20-05 FAQs  -MED Response to COVID-19
4/16/20

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