Delaware Code Title 16. Health and Safety § 121. Successor to powers of abolished health and welfare agencies
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(A) The director of agriculture shall issue a corrective action plan to any person that the director determines has negligently violated section 928.04 of the Revised Code. The director shall include in the corrective action plan both of the following:
(1) A reasonable date by which the person shall correct the violation;
(2) A requirement that the person report to the director regarding the person's compliance with the requirements of this chapter, rules adopted under it, and the corrective action plan for two calendar years immediately following the date of the violation.
(B) If the director determines that a person negligently violated section 928.04 of the Revised Code three or more times in any five-year period, the director shall revoke the person's hemp cultivation license or hemp processing license, if any, and shall refuse to issue a hemp cultivation license or hemp processing license to that person for a period of five years beginning on the date that the director determines that the person committed the most recent violation.
(C) The director shall report a person who the director determines has violated section 928.04 of the Revised Code with a culpable mental state greater than negligence to the attorney general, the United States attorney general, and the applicable county prosecutor.
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