Status: In Idaho, all forms of marijuana are illegal to possess, use, cultivate or distribute for individuals and businesses.
|CBD Program||Medical Program||Recreational Program||Are Applications Open?|
|Not legal||Not legal||Not legal||closed|
Number of Idaho Marijuana Business Licenses Licenses Available
Proposed Idaho CBD Program License Guidelines
- CBD oil would contain less than 3% THC
- would need to be prescribed by a physician
- minors would need recommendations from a neurologist
- the Idaho Board of Pharmacy would regulate the program via cannabidiol registration cards.
The state of Idaho currently is not accepting applications for marijuana businesses. To get ahead of the game and prepare for your marijuana business, review the resources below.
RECOMMENDED IDAHO MARIJUANA BUSINESS PLANS FOR MARIJUANA BUSINESS APPLICATION:
- Idaho Marijuana Business Plan Package
- Business & Operations Plan Template
- Cultivation Plan Template
- Manufacturing/Processing Plan Template
- Environmental Plan Template
- Financial Plan Template
- Fire Safety Plan Template
- Inventory Control Plan Template
- Patient Education Plan Template
- Patient Recordkeeping Plan Template
- Product Safety Plan Template
- Security Plan Template
- Staffing Plan Template
- Suitability of Proposed Plan Template
- Transportation Plan Template
The History of Idaho Marijuana Business Licenses Marijuana
The only legislation on the books in Idaho regarding marijuana use is limited to S1146, a 2015 attempt to decriminalize gravely ill citizens from being prosecuted for possessing CBD oils. Though it passed the Idaho legislature, Idaho governor Butch Otter vetoed the bill.
After years of inaction in the legislature, the Idaho Cannabis Coalition has filed a petition with the Secretary of State to legalize medical marijuana through a 2020 ballot initiative. The initiative has been referred to the Idaho Attorney General’s office for review, the Secretary of State’s office confirmed on July 3, 2019. The Attorney General’s certificate of review is due by late July 2019. Organizers will need to collect over 55,000 valid signatures of registered Idaho voters to put the initiative up for statewide vote.