§ 1181.31. Practitioner prohibitions.
(a) A practitioner may not accept, solicit or offer any form of remuneration from or to any individual, prospective patient, patient, prospective caregiver, caregiver or medical marijuana organization, including an employee, financial backer or principal, to certify a patient, other than accepting a fee for service with respect to a patient consultation of the prospective patient to determine if the prospective patient should be issued a patient certification to use medical marijuana products.
(b) A practitioner may not hold a direct or economic interest in a medical marijuana organization.
(c) A practitioner may not advertise the practitioners services as a practitioner who can certify a patient to receive medical marijuana products.
(d) A practitioner may not issue a patient certification for the practitioners own use or for the use of a family or household member.
(e) A practitioner may not be a designated caregiver for a patient that has been issued a patient certification by that practitioner.
(f) A practitioner may not receive or provide medical marijuana product samples.
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