1.

 Issuance to patient.

 Subject to subsection 7, the department may approve the issuance of a medical cannabidiol registration card by the department of transportation to a patient who:

 a. Is at least eighteen years of age.
 b. Is a permanent resident of this state.
 c. Submits a written certification to the department signed by the patient’s health care practitioner that the patient is suffering from a debilitating medical condition.
 d. Submits an application to the department, on a form created by the department, in consultation with the department of transportation, that contains all of the following:

 (1) The patient’s full name, Iowa residence address, date of birth, and telephone number.
 (2) A copy of the patient’s valid photograph identification.
 (3) Full name, address, and telephone number of the patient’s health care practitioner.
 (4) Full name, residence address, date of birth, and telephone number of each primary caregiver of the patient, if any.
 (5) Any other information required by rule.
 e. Submits a medical cannabidiol registration card fee of one hundred dollars to the department. If the patient attests to receiving social security disability benefits, supplemental security insurance payments, or being enrolled in the medical assistance program, the fee shall be twenty-five dollars.
 f. Has not been convicted of a disqualifying felony offense.
 2.

 Patient card contents.

 A medical cannabidiol registration card issued to a patient by the department of transportation pursuant to subsection 1 shall contain, at a minimum, all of the following:

 a. The patient’s full name, Iowa residence address, and date of birth.
 b. The patient’s photograph.
 c. The date of issuance and expiration date of the medical cannabidiol registration card.
 d. Any other information required by rule.
 3.

 Issuance to primary caregiver.

 For a patient in a primary caregiver’s care, subject to subsection 7, the department may approve the issuance of a medical cannabidiol registration card by the department of transportation to the primary caregiver who:

 a. Submits a written certification to the department signed by the patient’s health care practitioner that the patient in the primary caregiver’s care is suffering from a debilitating medical condition.
 b. Submits an application to the department, on a form created by the department, in consultation with the department of transportation, that contains all of the following:

 (1) The primary caregiver’s full name, residence address, date of birth, and telephone number.
 (2) The patient’s full name.
 (3) A copy of the primary caregiver’s valid photograph identification.
 (4) Full name, address, and telephone number of the patient’s health care practitioner.
 (5) Any other information required by rule.
 c. Has not been convicted of a disqualifying felony offense.
 d. Submits a medical cannabidiol registration card fee of twenty-five dollars to the department.
 4.

 Primary caregiver card contents.

 A medical cannabidiol registration card issued by the department of transportation to a primary caregiver pursuant to subsection 3 shall contain, at a minimum, all of the following:

 a. The primary caregiver’s full name, residence address, and date of birth.
 b. The primary caregiver’s photograph.
 c. The date of issuance and expiration date of the registration card.
 d. The medical cannabidiol registration card number of each patient in the primary caregiver’s care. If the patient in the primary caregiver’s care is under the age of eighteen, the full name of the patient’s parent or legal guardian.
 e. Any other information required by rule.
 5.

 Expiration date of card.

 A medical cannabidiol registration card issued pursuant to this section shall expire one year after the date of issuance and may be renewed.

 6.

 Card issuance department of transportation.

 The department may enter into a chapter 28E agreement with the department of transportation to facilitate the issuance of medical cannabidiol registration cards pursuant to subsections 1 and 3.

 7.

 Federally approved clinical trials.

 The department shall not approve the issuance of a medical cannabidiol registration card pursuant to this section for a patient who is enrolled in a federally approved clinical trial for the treatment of a debilitating medical condition with medical cannabidiol.