Oklahoma is moving extremely quickly when it comes to approving dispensary and producer licenses. Out of state medical card holders can apply for temporary permits to purchase medical marijuana in-state. What’s behind the surprising cannabis boom in the overwhelmingly conservative state?
A Republican from Tuttle has filed a piece of legislation that seeks to change Oklahoma's medical marijuana law as other lawmakers involved in regulating medical marijuana expect to present their own measures when the session starts next month.
On June 26, 57 percent of Oklahoma voters approved State Question 788, which legalized marijuana for any medical use on a doctor’s recommendation.