Who qualifies as a medical marijuana participant's caregiver in the state of Nevada?

A medical marijuana program participant  may choose a caregiver for the purposes of the Nevada Medical Marijuana Program, so long as that person is over the age of eighteen (18) and approved by the participant’s doctor. A program participant can only have one caregiver, and a caregiver can only be a caregiver for one program participant. A caregiver cannot also be enrolled in the program as a participant. Finally, a participant who is under the age of eighteen (18) must have the permission of their custodial parent or legal guardian in order to participate, and that parent or guardian must act as the minor participant’s caregiver.

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