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THE TIM TIMMONS COMPASSIONATE CARE ACT OF 2015

Chapter 487.  Health and Safety Code

SUBCHAPTER A.  GENERAL PROVISIONS

487.001. Short title. THIS ACT SHALL BE KNOWN AND MAY BE CITED AS THE "TIM TIMMONS COMPASSIONATE CARE ACT" (herein referred to as the "Act").

487.002. Legislative declaration.

(1) THE STATE OF TEXAS HEREBY DECLARES THAT IT IS NECESSARY TO IMPLEMENT RULES TO ENSURE THAT PATIENTS SUFFERING FROM LEGITIMATE DEBILITATING MEDICAL CONDITIONS ARE ABLE TO LEGALLY AND SAFELY GAIN ACCESS TO MEDICAL MARIHUANA AND TO ENSURE THAT THESE PATIENTS ARE NOT SUBJECT TO ARREST OR CRIMINAL PROSECUTION FOR THEIR PURCHASE, POSSESSION, TRANSPORTATION AND USE OF MEDICAL MARIHUANA IN ACCORDANCE WITH THIS ACT, AND THE RULES OF THE STATE LICENSING AUTHORITY.

(2) THE TEXAS LEGISLATURE FURTHER DECLARES THAT IT IS UNLAWFUL UNDER STATE LAW TO CULTIVATE, MANUFACTURE, DISTRIBUTE, OR SELL MEDICAL MARIHUANA, EXCEPT IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE TERMS, CONDITIONS, LIMITATIONS, AND RESTRICTIONS IN THIS ACT OR WHEN ACTING AS A PRIMARY CAREGIVER IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE TERMS, CONDITIONS, LIMITATIONS, AND RESTRICTIONS OF THIS ACT.

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THE CANNABIDIOL COMPASSIONATE CARE ACT OF 2015

Chapter 487.  Health and Safety Code

SUBCHAPTER A.  GENERAL PROVISIONS

487.001. Short title. THIS ACT SHALL BE KNOWN AND MAY BE CITED AS THE "CANNABIDIOL COMPASSIONATE CARE ACT" (herein referred to as the "Act").

487.002. Legislative declaration.

(1) THE STATE OF TEXAS HEREBY DECLARES THAT IT IS NECESSARY TO IMPLEMENT RULES TO ENSURE THAT PATIENTS SUFFERING FROM LEGITIMATE DEBILITATING MEDICAL CONDITIONS ARE ABLE TO LEGALLY AND SAFELY GAIN ACCESS TO MEDICAL CANNABIDIOL AND TO ENSURE THAT THESE PATIENTS ARE NOT SUBJECT TO ARREST OR CRIMINAL PROSECUTION FOR THEIR PURCHASE, POSSESSION, TRANSPORTATION AND USE OF MEDICAL CANNABIDIOL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THIS ACT, AND THE RULES OF THE STATE LICENSING AUTHORITY.

(2) THE TEXAS LEGISLATURE FURTHER DECLARES THAT IT IS UNLAWFUL UNDER STATE LAW TO CULTIVATE, MANUFACTURE, DISTRIBUTE, OR SELL MEDICAL CANNABIDIOL, EXCEPT IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE TERMS, CONDITIONS, LIMITATIONS, AND RESTRICTIONS IN THIS ACT OR WHEN ACTING AS A PRIMARY CAREGIVER IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE TERMS, CONDITIONS, LIMITATIONS, AND RESTRICTIONS OF THIS ACT.

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