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Illinois Regulation of the Day – Use of Electronic Devices within Production Areas

By August 8, 2014Uncategorized

Today’s regulation has to do with the possession and usage of electronic devices within the production areas of a cultivation center facility.

Illinois Register, Department of Agriculture

PART 1000 COMPASSIONATE USE OF MEDICAL CANNABIS PILOT PROGRAM

Section 1000.415 Containment Management and Operations

d) Except as otherwise provided by this Part (e.g., see Section 1000.445), the use
and/or possession of cell phones, cameras and any other audio or video recording
device by any cultivation center agent, visitor or other individual shall be
prohibited inside the production area of a cultivation center, except when used for
legitimate business purposes of the cultivation center, such as, but not limited to,
communication with employees and the identification of plant disease with offsite
experts.

*Please note that all rules and regulations have not been officially published and are subject to change. For the latest proposed rules and regulations, please visit the state of Illinois Medical Cannabis Pilot Program website.

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