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Beginning Monday, March 23, 2020, as a result of health and safety concerns due to the COVID-19 virus, the Division of Professional Registration and its boards, commissions, committees and offices will not accept walk-in visitors for all licensure matters. Please contact the Division of Professional Registration or your professional board office for instructions and information about all licensure matters.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic currently affecting our State, the processing of U.S. Postal Service, FedEx, UPS, and all other forms/methods of mail service received by the Division of Professional Registration and its boards, commissions, committees and office, will be delayed for a period of two weeks. Timely mailing of any items will be based upon the postmarked date on the piece of mail. Correspondence through telephone and email will continue to be available. For the email address or telephone number of the board, commission, committee or office you wish to contact, please go to www.pr.mo.gov. While the boards, commissions, committees and offices will be able to renew and issue licenses, they will not issue a paper license at this time. You may verify your licensure status at www.pr.mo.gov. We appreciate your patience during this interim period.

Amendment 2 Medical Marijuana

     On November 06, 2018, Missourians approved an amendment allowing the use of medical marijuana for individuals with qualifying conditions set forth in the amendment's language. The Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) will facilitate all requirements related to medical marijuana including licensure under the new requirements. The effective date of the amendment is December 6, 2018 and DHSS has until June 6, 2019, to make the application forms available for individuals who wish to become qualifying patients and to begin accepting applications.

     The Division of Professional Registration and its 41 licensing boards will follow Amendment 2 and its enabling regulations regarding medical marijuana for its licensees and applicants who are qualifying individuals.

     The Division of Professional Registration and its 41 licensing boards will provide additional information as it becomes available from DHSS.

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