§ 1191.30. Revocation or suspension of identification card.
(a) The Department may revoke or suspend a medical marijuana cardholders identification card upon the occurrence of any of the following:
(1) The Department receives written notice from a practitioner under § 1181.29(a) (relating to revocation of a patient certification).
(2) A caregiver notifies the Department in writing that the caregiver is no longer acting as a caregiver.
(3) The patient or caregiver has intentionally, knowingly or recklessly violated the act or regulations as determined by the Department. The suspension or revocation will be in addition to any criminal or other penalty that may apply.
(4) Except for good cause shown, a medical marijuana cardholder does not visit a dispensary within 60 days from the issuance date on an identification card.
(5) A patient notifies the Department in writing that the patient has removed or changed a current caregiver. If the caregiver is not serving as a caregiver for any other patient, the Department will issue a notification to the caregiver that the caregivers identification card is invalid and shall be promptly returned to the Department.
(b) The Department will promptly notify a medical marijuana cardholder in writing of any action taken by the Department regarding the medical marijuana cardholder as a result of information received under subsection (a).
(c) If a patients practitioners registration has been revoked or suspended under § 1181.26 (relating to denial, revocation or suspension of a practitioner registration) or if a patients practitioner withdraws the patients patient certification under § 1181.29(c), a medical marijuana cardholder shall submit a new application for an identification card within 90 days of receiving written notice from the Department or prior to the expiration date on the identification card, whichever is sooner.
This section cited in 28 Pa. Code § 1191.24 (relating to medical marijuana cardholder responsibilities).
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