Current Laws pertaining to Pharmaceutical Processors
During the 2018 General Assembly Session, several bills were passed that amended the laws associated with pharmaceutical processors:
- 2018 Va. Acts of Assembly ch. 246
- 2018 Va. Acts of Assembly ch. 567
- 2018 Va. Acts of Assembly ch. 809
Such amendments included expanding the use of cannabidiol oil and THC-A oil to any diagnosed condition or disease determined by the practitioner to benefit from such use, authorizing any practitioner of medicine or osteopathy licensed by the Virginia Board of Medicine (and registered by the Virginia Board of Pharmacy) to issue written certifications, and further elaborating on allowances and requirements for pharmaceutical processors.
Current Emergency Regulations
Current Emergency Regulations pertaining to Pharmaceutical Processors (effective 8/7/17 through 2/6/19)
Note: In response to recent law changes, the Regulation Committee will tentatively consider amendments to the emergency regulations on April 24, 2018 with full board consideration on June 21, 2018. Emergency regulations are temporary and must be replaced with permanent replacement regulations. Adoption of the permanent replacement regulations, which may contain additional amendments, will tentatively be considered later this year.