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When movements and campaigns to legalize medical marijuana started making noise, Hawaii was the first one to hear them and in 2000, Senate Bill 862 was signed by Governor Ben Cayetano. Senate Bill 862 allowed patients with qualifying medical conditions to cultivate and possess medical marijuana without worrying about its legal consequences. All patients (or their caregivers) who are eligible to possess medical marijuana must register with Narcotics Enforcement Division (NED).   How ...
Use of medical cannabis for medical treatments 1. Hawaii is one of 23 US states that have approved the use of medical cannabis for medical treatments. 2. Senate Bill 862 received majority votes from the House and the Senate and was signed into law on June 14, 2000. 3. The medical cannabis law in Hawaii was made effective on December 28, 2000. 4. People who want to avail of medical cannabis treatment in Hawaii have to register with the state's Department of Public Safety, Narcotics ...