935 CMR 501.200 - Counties of Dukes County and Nantucket

(1) To the extent permitted by law, MTCs operating from locations in the Counties of Dukes County and Nantucket (the "island counties") may operate in full compliance with 935 CMR 501.000.
(2) If an MTC operating from locations in the island counties are prevented from operating in full compliance with 935 CMR 501.000 by operation of law, they are not required to utilize Independent Testing Laboratories until such time as a laboratory is located on the island where the MTC is located or the establishment can transport Marijuana Products to the mainland of Massachusetts.
(3) If MTCs operating from locations in the island counties are prevented from utilizing Independent Testing Laboratories by operation of law, they are required to test Marijuana Products in a manner that is not unreasonably impracticable, but also adequately protects the public health in the opinion of the Commission. Such testing may include:
(a) A modified on-Premises testing system approved by the Commission if the label on any Marijuana or Marijuana Product so tested discloses in capital letters: "WARNING: LIMITED TESTING FOR CONTAMINANTS AND PESTICIDES";
(b) A testing facility in the island counties that does not meet the criteria for an Independent Testing Laboratory, but is approved by the Commission for testing by MTCs located in the island counties; or
(c) Such other testing system approved by the Commission.
(4) An MTC performing home delivery operations in the island counties may only perform deliveries to Residences located in the same county as the MTC which the delivery order originates from until such time as it permitted to deliver to other locations by law.

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935 CMR 501.200
Adopted by Mass Register Issue 1380, eff. 12/23/2018. Amended by Mass Register Issue 1403, eff. 11/1/2019. Amended by Mass Register Issue 1434, eff. 1/8/2021. Amended by Mass Register Issue 1436, eff. 1/8/2021. Amended by Mass Register Issue 1441, eff. 1/8/2021. Amended by Mass Register Issue 1507, eff. 10/27/2023.

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