The commissioner may enter into any interagency agreements with other state agencies for technical services or other assistance related to the regulatory or inspection duties of a medical cannabis manufacturer and the registry program.
If the commissioner has sufficient cause to believe that there is a threat to public safety, then the commissioner must notify local law enforcement agencies of any conditions that pose a threat to public safety, including:
loss or theft of medical cannabis or plant material;
diversion or potential diversion of medical cannabis or plant material; or
unauthorized access to the patient registry.
A medical cannabis manufacturer is subject to reasonable inspection by the commissioner under Minnesota Statutes, section 152.29, subdivision 1. For purposes of this part, "reasonable inspection" means unannounced inspections by the commissioner of all:
aspects of the business operations;
physical locations of the medical cannabis manufacturer, its manufacturing facility, and distribution facilities;
financial information and inventory documentation; and
physical and electronic security alarm systems.
Any fees collected by the commissioner under Minnesota Statutes, section 152.35, are not refundable.
39 SR 1080
February 20, 2015