<quoted text>Didn't you say you were once a practicing nurse? Wonder what the Oregon State Health Board (or any other state you've resided in) would think about your admission to illegal substance use on here? In other words, you're not professional, you're not credible. In fact, I wouldn't hire your sorryass to walk my dog, let alone work in a state (regardless of which) accredited health care facility. Whatsa matter?
Cat got your tongue?
Now Tally...we've been all through this several times. I even saved the post that explains Oregon law...Here it is again! You need to get over yourself!
READ THIS VERY CAREFULLY..THEN STOP YOUR INSANE RANT ABOUT SOMETHING YOU KNOW NOTHING ABOUT!
Limits on professional licensing board’s authority to sanction licensee
for medical use of marijuana; authorizes licensed health care
professional to administer medical marijuana.
PROFESSIONAL LICENSING BOARD MAY IMPOSE A CIVIL PENALTY OR TAKE OTHER
DISCIPLINARY ACTION AGAINST A LICENSEE'S MEDICAL USE OF MARIJUANA in
accordance with the provisions of ORS 475.300 to 475.346 or actions
taken by the licensee that are necessary to carry out the licensee’s
role as a designated primary caregiver to a person who possesses a
lawful registry identification card.
(2)(a) A LICENSED HEALTH
CARE PROFESSIONAL MAY ADMINISTER MEDICAL MARIJUANA TO A PERSON WHO
POSSESSES A REGISTRY IDENTIFICATION CARD AND RESIDES IN A LICENSED
HEALTH CARE FACILITY IF THE ADMINISTRATION OF PHARMACEUTICALS IS WITHIN
THE SCOPE OF THE LICENSED HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL. Administration of
medical marijuana under this subsection may not take place in a public
place as defined in ORS 161.015 or in the presence of a person under 18
years of age. If the medical marijuana administered under this
subsection is smoked, adequate ventilation must be provided.
(b) Nothing in this subsection requires:
(A) A licensed health care professional to administer medical marijuana; or
(B) A licensed health care facility to make accommodations for the
administration of medical marijuana.[1999 c.4 §10; 2005 c.822 §4] http://www.leg.state.or.us/ors/475.html
Oregon Clears the Way for Easier Access to Medical Marijuana
July 12, 2013
Oregon is on track to become the 15th state to license and regulate medical marijuana dispensaries.
Gov. John Kitzhaber’s office confirmed Wednesday that, despite opposition, the governor is expected to sign House Bill 3460 into law. http://reason.com/24-7/2013/07/12/oregon-clea...
Face it Tally..you're just an old codger that can't keep up with the times. Perhaps if you didn't live in such a back-ass state...