Yes. The North Dakota Medical Marijuana Program issues replacement registry identification cards for lost or stolen state-issued medical cannabis cards. A medical marijuana cardholder in the state may also want to request a replacement registry ID card after a name or address change.
Yes. Per North Dakota law, the state's Division of Medical Marijuana must be notified in writing of any lost or stolen registry identification card (medical cannabis card). The report may be filed by email or in writing (sent by regular mail), within 24 hours of the loss, to the Division at:
Division of Medical Marijuana 600 East Boulevard Avenue, Dept. 301 Bismark, ND 58505-0200
Call the North Dakota Division of Medical Marijuana at (701) 328-1311 to explain the reason for requiring another card and request a replacement medical marijuana card. Alternatively, send an email to the Division of Medical Marijuana at firstname.lastname@example.org using "Replacement Card" as the subject of the email.
Typically, a replacement New Dakota medical marijuana card will have a new 10-digit barcode number. If the registry identification card replaced is owned by a patient with a designated caregiver, the caregiver will also be required to replace theirs, and vice-versa.
The cost of replacing a lost medical marijuana card in North Dakota is $25. Cardholders will pay $5 as a replacement cost for their registry identification cards for reasons other than card loss, including name change.
A replacement North Dakota registry identification card is usually issued within 20 calendar days after the state's Medical Marijuana Division approves a request for one.