Arizona Medical Marijuana Laws

Arizona — Proposition 203, a ballot initiative, passed with 50.1% of the vote on November 2, 2010. It went into effect when the election results were certified on December 14, 2010. The law is codified at Ariz. Rev. Stat. Chapter 36-28.1. The Department of Health Services issued rules on March 28, 2011. In 2011, the legislature passed two laws to undermine Prop. 203 — H.B. 2585, which adds the medical marijuana registry to the prescription drug monitoring registry, and H.B. 2541, which relates to employment law. In 2012, the legislature passed another law to undermine Prop. 203 — HB 2349 — which prohibited medical marijuana on college campuses. The next year, in 2013, the legislature passed SB 1443 to clarify that federally approved medical marijuana research could still be conducted at universities.

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