5) and the Medical Marijuana Program Act (Health and Safety Code sections 11362.
What does MMP stand for?
MMP stands for Medical Marijuana Program (various locations)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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- Master in Medical Physics
- Master Manufacturing Procedure
- Master Mobilization Plan
- Mastering Microsoft Project (computing)
- Masters in Management Program
- Mates, Masters, and Pilots Association
- Matrix Metalloproteinase (enzymes related to tissue healing/remodeling and cancer cell metastasis)
- Mazda Motor de Portugal
- Media Mobilizing Project (Philadelphia, PA)
- Medical Marijuana Patient
- Meet Me Page (telecommunications)
- Merchant Marine Personnel (US Coast Guard)
- Merchant Marine Personnel Division (US Navy)
- Mercury Music Prize
- Meshcom Mesh Protocol
- Metal Mind Productions (est. 1987; Polish record label)
- Meteorological Program
- Mew Mew Power (Anime)
- Micro-Mode Products Inc.
Samples in periodicals archive:
HB 3460 is sensible regulation that covers zoning and quality control, increases Medical Marijuana Program fees and gives it more rule-making authority.
Still, just 29 percent of Americans think that most of the marijuana that is purchased in this country through state-authorized medical marijuana programs is being used to alleviate suffering from serious medical illnesses, while 53 percent think it is used for other purposes.
Delaware officials do not know how many of Delaware's 900,000 residents may register under the medical marijuana program.
Even assuming the NEP ends all criminal prosecutions against state-law-abiding dispensaries and users, federal law could still obstruct state medical marijuana programs by imposing--or allowing others to impose--a wide range of civil and private sanctions on medical marijuana users and suppliers.
While the American Medical Association (AMA) does not take a position of supporting smoked marijuana for medical uses, or state-based medical marijuana programs, they do support the reclassification of marijuana from a Schedule I substance to allow further study of its therapeutic properties (2009).
Frustrated by the struggle to find information on the state medical marijuana program and finally locate a Las Vegas physician willing to prescribe the substance, Parsons became a consultant to help others like him.
The IND for medical marijuana program was closed to new enrollments after 4 years.