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Oregon Revised Statutes Alcoholic Liquors; Controlled Substances; Drugs § 475B.418

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(1) If a person who is applying for a registry identification card under ORS 475B.415, or who is a registry identification cardholder, chooses to designate, or to change the designation of, a primary caregiver, the person must include the primary caregiver's name and address:

(a) On the person's application for a registry identification card;

(b) On the person's application to renew a registry identification card; or

(c) In a form and manner prescribed by the authority, in a signed statement notifying the Oregon Health Authority of the designation.

(2) A registry identification cardholder may have only one designated primary caregiver at any given time.

(3) If a registry identification cardholder who previously designated a primary caregiver chooses to designate a different primary caregiver, the authority shall notify the previous designee of the new designation and issue an identification card to the newly designated primary caregiver.

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