The Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission allows medical cannabis cardholders to request replacement cards under certain conditions. Replacements are usually issued to patients who have had their cards stolen, damaged, or lost.
Yes. In line with Section 10.62.06.03 of the Maryland Regulations, if a Maryland medical marijuana card is lost, stolen, or destroyed, it must be reported to the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission (MMCC) within 72 hours. Patients can report lost or stolen medical marijuana cards via their Maryland OneStop accounts.
To apply for a replacement medical marijuana card:
It costs $50 to obtain a replacement medical cannabis card from the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission. The fee can be paid online using a credit card.
It takes 2-4 weeks to get a replacement medical cannabis card in Maryland.