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The Alaska Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office (or AMCO) requires every licensee, employee, or agent of a marijuana establishment who sells, cultivates, manufactures, tests, or transports marijuana or marijuana product, or who checks the identification of a consumer or visitor of a marijuana establishment, must obtain a Marijuana Handlers Card.

There are many regulations specific to the state of Alaska to obtain this card. To obtain a marijuana handler permit, a person must complete a handful of steps including but not limited to, a marijuana handler permit education course approved by the board, pass a written test demonstrating an understanding of the course material (scoring a 70% or better passing score), obtain a certificate of course completion from the course provider, submitting an application and background check and more.


Learn more about the process Dan Foote went through to apply, test, and obtain his Marijuana Handlers Card.