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A. Any nursing care institution, hospice, assisted living center, assisted living facility, assisted living home, residential care institution, adult day health care facility or adult foster care home licensed under title 36, chapter 4, may adopt reasonable restrictions on the use of marijuana by their residents or persons receiving inpatient services, including:
1. That the facility will not store or maintain the patient's supply of marijuana.
2. That the facility, caregivers or hospice agencies serving the facility's residents are not responsible for providing the marijuana for qualifying patients.
3. That marijuana be consumed by a method other than smoking.
4. That marijuana be consumed only in a place specified by the facility.
B. Nothing in this section requires a facility listed in subsection A to adopt restrictions on the medical use of marijuana.
C. A facility listed in subsection A may not unreasonably limit a registered qualifying patient's access to or use of marijuana authorized under this chapter unless failing to do so would cause facility to lose a monetary or licensing-related benefit under federal law or regulations.