TITLE 77: PUBLIC HEALTH
CHAPTER I: DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH
SUBCHAPTER u: MISCELLANEOUS PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
PART 946 COMPASSIONATE USE OF MEDICAL CANNABIS PATIENT REGISTRY
SECTION 946.270 REVOCATION OF A REGISTRY IDENTIFICATION CARD


 

Section 946.270  Revocation of a Registry Identification Card

 

a)         The Department will revoke a registry identification card for any of the following reasons:

 

1)         Submission of misleading, incorrect, false or fraudulent information in the application or renewal application;

 

2)         Fraudulent use of the registry identification card;

 

3)         Selling, distributing, transferring in any manner, or giving medical cannabis to any unauthorized person;

 

4)         Tampering with, falsifying, altering, modifying or duplicating a registry identification card;

 

5)         Conviction of an excluded offense following the issuance of a registry identification card; or

 

6)         The registered qualified patient is deceased.

 

b)         The Department will, based on the totality of the circumstances, either revoke or suspend a registry identification card based on the Department's review of the registered qualifying patient's infraction for:

 

1)                  Purchasing more medical cannabis than allowable under the Act or this Part from a registered dispensing organization;

 

2)                  Failing to notify the Department within 10 business days after becoming aware that the registry identification card has been lost, stolen or destroyed;

 

3)                  Failing to notify the Department within 10 business days after a change in the information provided in the application for a registry identification card; or 

 

4)         Being convicted of a felony drug offense in Illinois or of a like violation of the laws of another state, the United States, or a military, territorial or Indian tribal authority.

 

c)         A registry identification card issued to a designated caregiver is void:

 

1)         When the registered qualifying patient or designated caregiver has notified the Department that the individual registered as the designated caregiver is no longer the designated caregiver for that patient;

 

2)         When the registered qualifying patient for whom the designated caregiver serves is no longer registered with the Department;

 

3)         Ten days after the death of the registered qualifying patient, to allow for appropriate disposal of medical cannabis in accordance with this Part.

 

d)         The Department shall notify the Office of Secretary of State of the revocation.

 

e)         A void registry identification card is inactive and invalid.