In Mississippi, the Mississippi Medical Cannabis Act (the Law) establishes a tiered medical marijuana program consisting of cultivators, processors, testing facilities, research facilities, transporters, dispensaries, and disposal entities. It also authorizes additional agency regulation by the Mississippi Department of Health (MDOH) and the Mississippi Department of Revenue (MDOR). An individual must be diagnosed by a physician as having a debilitating medical condition, receive a written certification of such diagnosis from the practitioner, and have been issued an ID card from the MDOH. Continued usage requires six-month follow-up visits to evaluate treatment. The Law is employer-friendly and does not contain an anti-discrimination provision for medical marijuana cardholders.