Initiative to Legalize Medical Cannabis Filed in Oklahoma

The nonprofit organization Oklahomans for Health┬áhas submitted an initiative to Oklahoma’s Secretary of State which would legalize cannabis for medical purposes for thoseoklahoma with a qualifying condition such as ┬ácancer, AIDS and multiple sclerosis.

If the initiative is approved by the Secretary of State, and enough signatures are collected from registered Oklahoma voters, it will be put to a vote this November. If approved into law, patients would be authorized to possess up to 3 ounces of cannabis and would be allowed to cultivate up to 6 cannabis plants. State-licensed dispensaries would also be legalized in order to provide patients with safe access to their medicine.

According to recent polling, over 70% of those in Oklahoma support the move to legalize medical cannabis.

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2 thoughts on “Initiative to Legalize Medical Cannabis Filed in Oklahoma”

  1. My mental illness and the side effects are a problem.An alternate solution ,I feel,would be the use of Medical Marijuana

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  2. I suffer from mental illness and the side effects of the meds I take for Bipolar,major depression,and anxiety disorder.I feel strongly that medical cannabis would be an alternate solution to my mental illnesses

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