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Guam legalized the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes in 2015 after a ballot referendum passed with 56 percent of the vote. It was the first United States Territory to do so. Guam’s Department of Public Health and Social Services (DPHSS) contracted with Metrc in November 2021 to help in the responsible regulation of the island’s medicinal cannabis market.  

The Legislature of Guam passed the Cannabis Industry Act in March 2019, legalizing recreational cannabis for adults aged 21 and over. The act declassified marijuana as a Schedule 1 controlled substance and created the Cannabis Control Board to regulate adult-use cannabis for public health, welfare, safety, and taxation purposes.


GUAM WELCOMES YOU

Hafa Adai!

Welcome! The Guam Department of Public Health and Social Services welcomes you to the Medical Cannabis Program and Metrc LLC (Marijuana Enforcement Tracking Reporting & Compliance). Guam has selected Metrc as the Territory’s inventory tracking and compliance system for cannabis licensees to track all marijuana products being cultivated, manufactured, transported, tested, and sold in the Territory of Guam.

This portal contains important resources, training, and updates for cannabis licensees and is intended to give establishments information that will help them use Metrc to remain in compliance with Guam’s tracking and reporting requirements.

We look forward to working with you to ensure a safe and effectively run cannabis establishment. For information on Guam’s medical cannabis program – including regulatory requirements – visit the Guam Department of Public Health and Social Services Medical Cannabis Program website.

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You can now, on a voluntary basis, have your industrial hemp tested at a state licensed testing facility for THC potency. The following questions and answers are provided to help you understand the Metrc system and how testing works.

What service does Metrc provide?

Metrc will facilitate the electronic transfer of information between you and the testing facility. Radio frequency identification tags (“RFID tags”) are used to track your sample. Test results are provided to you electronically through the Metrc system.

What are the costs associated with Metrc?

The cost of using Metrc is $250.00 annually, plus the cost of RFID tags (.25 cents per tag and shipping costs). The $250.00 fee permits you to use the Metrc system an unlimited number of times during the annual period. It also gives you unlimited access to the Metrc Support Line for questions and assistance. Please note that this annual fee does not include the fees charged by the testing facility for testing your industrial hemp. You will need to contact the testing facility directly to find out about testing fees.

How do I get started with Metrc?

First, identify who will serve as your “administrator” and complete the training. Make sure your administrator has your Colorado Industrial Hemp registration number available. Click on “Training Sign Up” to begin the training process.

Which facilities do the testing? Will the Colorado Department of Agriculture (“CDA”) use the test results?

Testing is performed by state licensed testing facilities that utilize the Metrc system. This voluntary testing is distinct and unrelated to any testing performed by the CDA. Because the test sample is not collected by the CDA and it does not oversee the testing, test results are for your information purposes and will not be used by the CDA for compliance purposes. Moreover, the CDA is not able to provide specific information about the processes and procedures used by any of the state licensed testing facilities. Metrc suggests that you communicate with the testing facility of your choice prior to dropping off a sample. Questions you may want to ask the facility include: Is there a weight limit per sample? Will the facility dry the sample or must it be dried before drop off?

Does CDA have a role in the voluntary testing?

CDA’s role has been solely to coordinate this system for voluntary testing of industrial hemp at state licensed facilities. The CDA does not have oversight over either Metrc or the state licensed testing facilities.

Who do I ask if I have questions?

Contact Metrc directly to obtain answers about the electronic transfer process. Contact your chosen testing facility about any questions pertaining to testing.

Metrc is the Adult Use and Medical Seed-to-Sale Tracking System for the regulation of legalized cannabis marketplace, including the ability to track patients purchases against the control limits and to record any adverse reactions to the medicine (product), including RFID Unique Identifiers integrated inside the Metrc software.


MAINE WELCOMES YOU

The Office of Cannabis Policy (OCP) welcomes you to the Maine Cannabis Enforcement Tracking Reporting & Compliance (Metrc) webpage. 

The Metrc system is an integral part of OCP’s mission to ensure the health and safety of all Mainers by effectively and responsibly licensing and regulating cannabis establishments. OMP’s vision is to provide interested consumers with access to a regulated industry, while diminishing an unregulated, untested black market. Maine’s cannabis inventory tracking system, hosted by Metrc LLC, will help to make that vision a reality.

​This portal contains important resources, training, and updates for cannabis establishments. The information and tools provided by Metrc LLC are critical in ensuring that licensees remain in compliance with the cannabis-related laws and regulations within the State of Maine.

​We look forward to working with you to ensure a safe, equitable, and effectively run cannabis industry in Maine.

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PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Partnership Start: November 2020

The Maine Office of Cannabis Policy (OCP) contract was initially awarded to BioTrack in 2019. Metrc took over in February 2020 to rapidly onboard System support for the state’s Adult Use market. Metrc was able to fully implement the system and begin accepting industry users in 60 days. The OCP and Metrc are currently in the process of onboarding the Medical program, while continuing to support the growth of Maine’s Adult Use market.

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We’ve made it easier to find licensed businesses in Metrc’s validated integrators list. Search and sorting functionality has been added to the system to help users find what they need quickly and easily.

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The state set up the Cannabis Control Commission in 2017. Metrc was contracted the following year, charged with helping the state regulate the cultivation, tracking, transport, testing, and sale of medical and adult-use cannabis and to assist in the creation of what Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker called the “safe, reliable, legal market.”


MASSACHUSETTS WELCOMES YOU

The Cannabis Control Commission (CCC) welcomes you to the Massachusetts Metrc webpage. Massachusetts’ licensees must utilize the seed-to-sale system to track all marijuana products being cultivated, manufactured, transported, tested, and sold in the Commonwealth.

This portal contains important resources, training, and updates for Marijuana Establishments and their agents. The information and tools provided by Metrc are critical in ensuring that your establishment remains in compliance with the laws and regulations of the state of Massachusetts and the CCC.

We look forward to working with you to ensure a safe, equitable, and effectively run adult use marijuana industry.

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PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Partnership Start: November 2018

The Cannabis Control Commission set to work to establish the parameters of the medical and adult-use markets, creating inventory quotas, an economic empowerment program, licensing guidelines, fee structures, and more. Sales of recreational cannabis are subject to a 10.75 percent excise tax, plus the state’s normal 6.25 percent sales tax, and an optional local excise tax of up to three percent. Metrc’s system tracks cannabis-related products through the point of sale, helping the state reconcile tax obligations. Purchasers pay no taxes on medical marijuana. In 2021, Metrc worked with the CCC to establish the state’s first-ever product catalog, listing all the flower, pre-rolls, tinctures, beverages, and edibles sold legally in Massachusetts. The catalog provides valuable assistance to police, parents and regulators identifying licensed products versus those sold on the illicit market.

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May 26, 2022 at 12:00 PM EDT
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May 26, 2022 at 10:00 AM EDT

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We’ve made it easier to find licensed businesses in Metrc’s validated integrators list. Search and sorting functionality has been added to the system to help users find what they need quickly and easily.

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Metrc is the Medical Marijuana (Cannabis/Marijuana) Seed-to-Sale Tracking System for the regulation of legalized medical marijuana, including the ability to track patients purchases against the control limits and to record any adverse reactions to the medicine (product), including RFID Unique Identifiers integrated inside the Metrc software. For this project, we subcontracted with Complia (provided by NIC) for licensing of facilities and industry employees (including badges and print/mail).


MARYLAND GREETS YOU

On behalf of the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission (MMCC), I welcome you to the Metrc LLC Marijuana Enforcement Tracking Regulation and Compliance system (Metrc) site. This system is essential for public health and public safety.
 
Metrc LLC’s tracking system is an integral part of the MMCC’s responsibility to ensure that medical cannabis and products will be safely monitored prior to sale throughout the State of Maryland. Every MMCC licensee is required to participate in the state wide tracking system program.
 
Metrc LLC is responsible for implementation of the technical and operational components of the tracking system. The MMCC is responsible for overall program management, compliance and enforcement of the statutory and regulatory state framework of the medical cannabis program. Metrc LLC will provide licensees with training sessions, webinars and instructions to facilitate a thorough understanding of the process and functionality.  Prospective licensees will be required to take and pass a knowledge-based test of the Metrc system and comply with all of Maryland’s regulatory requirements prior to MMCC issuing any licenses.
 
We encourage you to use the information and tools found here and on the MMCC website to become successful industry licensees in this newly established market. We look forward to working with you.

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PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Partnership Start: November 2016

Unique to the Maryland project is the ability to track patient purchase limits, including RFID Unique Identifiers integrated inside the Metrc software. Metrc also provides a Certificate of Analysis upload functionality for cannabis test samples.

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Training and Support Info

The Metrc training process for licensees in the state of Maryland:

The MMCC will notify Metrc and the Licensee they are permitted to take training after:
1. The Business License is issued;
2. The Agent registration process is complete and an ID has been issued

Owners and employees may then sign up for training through the training portal shown on this page or from md.metrc.com for on-going training, after they have been credentialed into the system.

Owners and employees may then take training and follow-on test.

Metrc will notify the MMCC and the Licensee of testing results and a Certificate will be e-mailed.

For any questions, licensees may call Metrc Support at 877-566-6506 or email at [email protected].

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Cannabis laws in the District of Columbia express the tension between the federal and local governments and their overlapping jurisdictions over residents. Although marijuana is legal under District law, the possession, use, and sale of marijuana remains illegal under federal law. Cannabis legalization on the District side evolved in response to a series of voter-backed initiatives, including Initiative 59, adopted in 1998, seeking the legalization of medical cannabis. Its implementation was blocked by Congressional passage of the Barr Amendment. In 2013, the first purchase of medical marijuana was made from a licensed dispensary in the District. In 2014, voters extended legalization to adult use.


THE DISTRICT WELCOMES YOU

Medical cannabis in the District of Columbia, legalized by the passage of the Legalization of Marijuana for Medical Treatment Amendment Act of 2010, allows DC residents, including minors, to be prescribed, purchase, possess, and use cannabis to treat a diagnosed qualifying medical condition or related side effect. 

The District’s reciprocity rules allow non-DC residents enrolled in another jurisdiction’s active medical cannabis program to purchase medical cannabis at a DC-licensed dispensary.

Administration of the District’s medical cannabis program is led by the Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration (ABRA). Metrc is the District’s selected track-and-trace system

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PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Partnership Start: December 2014

Initiative 71 took effect in 2015, allowing District residents over the age of 21 to grow and possess small amounts of cannabis and “gift” up to one ounce of marijuana to another person. With oversight of District affairs exercised by the United States Congress, the District government is not empowered to legalize the sale of cannabis in what would be a violation of federal statute. The “gifting” provision in the law, however, has allowed dispensaries to proliferate. Metrc helps District regulators ensure the supply of cannabis in D.C. is monitored, traceable, tested, and secure by tracking the cultivation, processing, testing results, and manufacture of cannabis-based products. Unique to the District, instead of recording the “sale” of these products, Metrc’s system records the item, good, or service and the cannabis or cannabis-based product “gifted” by the vendor in the exchange.

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Support Info

VALIDATED INTEGRATORS

We’ve made it easier to find licensed businesses in Metrc’s validated integrators list. Search and sorting functionality has been added to the system to help users find what they need quickly and easily.

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