It is now up to Public Health to transmit the A.G. approved draft rules and regulations for medical marijuana to the legislature. The legislature will then have 90 days to approve disapprove or amend the rules.
Guam – Attorney General Elizabeth Barret Andersen wrote a letter to Public Health Director Jim Gilan saying she has completed her review of the draft rules and regulations for medical marijuana.
In her letter she says she approves the attached version of the proposed rules “as to form and as to compliance with the applicable requirements of the AAL(administrative adjudication law). She further writes that no rule will become effective until 90 days after the filing with the legislative secretary but within those 90 days the legislature may approve disapprove or amend these proposed rules.
However the A.G. is not responsible for transmitting this document to the legislature. According to the A.G.’s office the Department of Public Health now has the A.G. approved draft rules and regulations and it will now be up to Public Health to transmit the document to the legislature.