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Medical Marijuana Caregivers Maine has been in the State House every session since 2011 working to improve the state’s medical marijuana laws.



We have an education team that teaches classes and provides info sessions on our Medical Marijuana Program law, business, best practices and more across the state for patients, caregivers, law enforcement .


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MMCM provides support to patients and caregivers across Maine with Municipality issues, Legal cases and correspondence with DHHS and other related agencies.

17.01.20 MMCM Annual Meeting at Senator Inn in Augusta

The annual meeting of the Medical Marijuana Caregivers of Maine was held at the Senator Inn in Augusta on January 20, 2017.
Katie Digget sang and played before Chair Catherine Lewis and Treasurer Darre...


Legislative Update February 13, 2017

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The Joint Select Committee on Marijuana Legalization Implementation has been established. In addition to considering marijuana-related bills, the committee has been given...


Legislative Update Jan 30, 2017

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The Governor has signed LD 88, HP 66,128th Legislature

An Act To Delay the Implementation of Certain Portions of the Marijuana Legalization Act

Maine Gov. Paul LePage used ...


MMCM Network Meetings

Networking Meetings in February 2017


Boothbay - Feb 22nd, 2017 6:30pm-8:30pm

BoatHouse Bistro Tapas Bar & Restaurant, 12 By-Way Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538


Networking Meetings in March 2017



February 2017 Events

Feb 25th - Veterans Appreciation Event
Free Consultation & Certification Canna Care Docs 10:00am – 4:00pm
*With proof of veteran status and qualifying conditions
662 Stanley Road, Winthrop, ME 04364 ...


DEA Rejects Attempt To Loosen Federal Restrictions On Marijuana

Read the article HERE: by Carrie Johnson - National Public Radio

The Obama administration has denied a bid by two Democratic governors to reconsider how it treats marijuana under federal drug control laws, keeping the drug for now, at least, in the most restrictive category for U.S. law enforcement purposes.

Drug Enforcement Administration chief Chuck Rosenberg says the decision is rooted in science. Rosenberg gave "enormous weight" to conclusions by the Food and Drug Administration that marijuana has "no currently accepted medical use in treatment in the United States," and by some measures, it remains highly vulnerable to abuse as the most commonly used illicit drug across the nation.

"This decision isn't based on danger. This decision is based on whether marijuana, as determined by the FDA, is a safe and effective medicine," he said, "and it's not."
Hundreds of advocates for marijuana legalization rally and smoke pot outside the White House in Washington, D.C. on April 02, 2016.

Marijuana is considered a Schedule I drug under the Controlled Substances Act, alongside heroin and LSD, while other, highly addictive substances including oxycodone and methamphetamine are regulated differently under Schedule II of the law. But marijuana's designation has nothing to do with danger, Rosenberg said.