Oklahoma Hempfest Rescheduled; New Dates June 7, 8 & 9th 2019

Come to the largest first ever annual cannabis policy and reform event in Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA:  Organizers have rescheduled the Sept 7-9th Oklahoma Hempfest, pushing back the original date and will instead roll out a series of smaller events, culminating in a concert to take place on June 7, 8 & 9th. According to a press release, “Due to the magnitude and overwhelming response from the public regarding Hemp Fest of Oklahoma, the Read the full article…

Oklahoma State Department of Health Names Twelve Member Medical Marijuana Food Safety Standards Board

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OKLAHOMA: As required by SQ788, the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) has appointed all 12 Oklahoma residents to the Medical Marijuana Food Safety Standards Board. Those members will provide recommendations for food safety standards for processing and handling medical marijuana. The members include a number of representatives from state, county and tribal government, the scientific community, marijuana industry Read the full article…

Oklahoma Becomes 31st State To Legalize Medical Marijuana Access

State Question 788 permits licensed medical marijuana patients to cultivate up to six mature plants and to possess personal use quantities of marijuana flowers, edibles, or infused concentrates.

OKLAHOMA: A majority of Oklahomans voted on Tuesday to enact State Question 788 – a statewide voter-initiated measure that permits doctors to use their discretion to recommend medical cannabis to patients who may benefit from it. Oklahoma is the 31st state to legalize and regulate the use of medical cannabis under state law. State Question 788 permits licensed medical marijuana patients Read the full article…

Oklahoma Gov. Fallin: No Special Legislative Session To Implement State Question 788

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OKLAHOMA: Governor Mary Fallin issued the following statement on how the state will proceed with developing rules and regulations to deal with implementing State Question 788, the medical marijuana ballot issue approved by Oklahoma voters earlier this week: “After conferring with House and Senate leaders, we believe a special legislative session is not necessary to implement Read the full article…

Oklahoma Group To Petition For Legalization Of Medical Marijuana

October 1, 2015 gathering of signatures begins in Oklahoma.

OKLAHOMA: A group for the legalization of medical marijuana is starting a petition in October in hopes of putting it on the ballot for Oklahoma voters. “Green the Vote” is a movement that started in Tulsa this year, and has now expanded to followers in Lawton and Oklahoma City. The organization plans to circulate a petition Read the full article…

Oklahomans Rally For Medical Marijuana Initiative

Organizers said although they made some strides in the past year, it's still not enough for patients who they said really need help.

OKLAHOMA: Oklahomans pushing for a stronger medical marijuana initiative rallied at the State Capitol on Saturday. Organizers said although they made some strides in the past year, it’s still not enough for patients who they said really need help. All smiles now, little Jaqie Warrior looks like any happy two-year-old. But it hasn’t always been this Read the full article…

Oklahoma: Marijuana Smugglers Will Go Free Because Private Company Helped Arrest Them

Oklahoma judge dismissed 30 drug cases in a single day because employees of a private company helped arrest the defendants.

OKLAHOMA:  A Caddo County, Oklahoma judge last year dismissed 30 drug cases in a single day because employees of a private company helped arrest the defendants. Now, attorneys say more cases in other counties are likely tainted due to their involvement. Employees of a company called Desert Snow were helping make drug busts until a Read the full article…

Fallin Signs Bill Legalizing Marijuana Oil For Medical Purposes

Governor Mary Fallin signed a bill authorizing a medical pilot program allowing the medically supervised use of CBD.

OKLAHOMA:  Governor Mary Fallin signed a bill authorizing a medical pilot program allowing the medically supervised use of cannabidiol (CBD), a low THC non-intoxicating derivative of marijuana. Reports from some families indicate CBD may be used to effectively treat children who suffer from epileptic seizures and help reduce the number and intensity of those seizures. Read the full article…

Oklahomans Protest Decision To Sue Colorado Over Marijuana Laws

Protesters gathered Thursday outside of the Attorney General’s office, in an effort to stand up against Oklahoma’s decision to sue Colorado.

OKLAHOMA:  Protesters gathered Thursday outside of Attorney General Scott Pruitt’s office, in an effort to stand up against Oklahoma’s decision to sue Colorado. Despite temperatures staying below freezing, protesters withstood the cold to spread their message. “The cold is not going to keep us from standing up for an important issue,” said Steve Long, with Read the full article…

Oklahoma Republicans Want To Snuff Out Their State’s Lawsuit Over Colorado Marijuana

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OKLAHOMA:  Several Oklahoma lawmakers are calling for state Attorney General Scott Pruitt to drop his lawsuit against Colorado over its legalization of recreational marijuana, arguing that it’s the “wrong way to deal with the issue.” In a letter sent to Pruitt’s office last week, seven Republican state lawmakers, led by state Rep. Mike Ritze, expressed their concern that the Read the full article…